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  1. msbpodcast says:

    Terje Sorgjerd makes these great time lapse movies.

    Awesome to look at and peaceful at the same time.

  2. foobar says:

    Thanks Uncle Dave. That is fun to watch.

  3. Ruger LCR says:

    So, I clicked to see HOW it was “filmed”, and guess what???? NO information at all. No camera model, lens, mode, or ANY technical facts.
    Thanks a bunch.

  4. Bob says:

    #3, I know it was a Canon 5D Mark II, and by the pictures it looks like he’s using some kind of rig that moves the camera very slowly, so you can get those panning shots.

    What I would like to know is what kind of exposures, and aperture he is using. Even in a still single shot I can never see the stars like that.

  5. tdkyo says:

    You know a sad thing? I witnessed the milky way (i.e. unpolluted sky) only three times in my life. :-/

  6. deowll says:

    Time lapse…sky. Good video.

  7. nerdinerdiness says:

    Go outside.

  8. General Tostada says:

    I’m an amateur stargazer, and also open to musicians who might try to express the feeling of that vastness. A good piano player with some imagination could certainly accomplish such a thing.

    Hey now, Ludwig actually DID do this with his Moonlight Sonata, don’t you think?

    Anyway, keep trying…it can be done. And thanks also for not using tinkly new age music.

    (although I have to say, the new age stuff might indeed work, too…if they only would put some cool jazz chords in it!)


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