Watch a Short Film Made Entirely From Publicly Available Moon Images

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Photographer Chris Coupland has cut together a short narrative film using publicly available images of the moon from the Project Apollo archive.

"Combining my passion for photography and day job in graphic design, I carefully selected individual still images from the archive which I thought would tell a suitable narrative,” Coupland tells PetaPixel. "I then split the elements that made up each image into separate layers within Photoshop and animated them in a 3D space in After Effects creating parallax and motion between the layers.”

Watch below.

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