New ISS Time-Lapse Is a Dynamic Journey Through Space

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Filmmaker Guillaume Juin edits together three years of photographs captured from the International Space Station in his short video "Astronaut - A journey to space." The timing to the music and the shots chosen weave an overall spectacular impression of the beauty of outer space.

"I wanted to do something different from what has been done before with those shots. Something more dynamic and fast. After all, ISS travel through space at 28.000km/h! There are also more recent footage that have never been used (at least I think...) in other edits," he says about the project.

Juin explains about his editing process, "All the footage (around 80GB of pictures) was processed through Adobe After Effects/Premiere, de-noised for some shots, removal of dead pixels for some shots, deflickering, and simple color grading (didn’t want to change the already incredible look! Just curves, saturation, and some blue crushing)."

Watch below.

Astronaut - A journey to space from Guillaume JUIN on Vimeo.

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