As far as time lapses on an epic-scale go, you can’t get much more epic than NASA’s latest time lapse showing dramatic activity on the sun’s surface.
Let’s face it; most of us don’t have the luxury of being able to buy a whole armada of lenses and accessories for our cameras, as much as we may like to. New glass, in particular, can cost more than the cameras themselves, leading to frustrating situations where your slow aperture or kit lenses aren’t able to achieve the shots you really want to capture.
In 2013 light painting photographer Darren Pearson created a stop-motion animation video called ‘Light Goes On’ showcasing his photography.
These might be the most incredible aerial shots of New York City you’ve ever seen. They’re not your average aerial shots, as they were taken at a staggering 7,500 feet; that’s higher than the airline traffic landing at the city’s airports!