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    El Cielo de Canarias 2012 / The Light of Stars by Daniel López. El Cielo de Canarias "The Light of Stars" (con making of)

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      El Cielo de Canarias 2012 / The Light of Stars. Daniel López. Todo lo que aparece en el vídeo es REAL, no está trucado ni generado ni alterado con programas informáticos, si está captado usando técnicas astronómicas, equipos especiales y grabación con técnica de timelapse, que permite ver en segundos lo que el ojo no puede observar.

    • Matthew Muñoz

      Absolutely stunning time lapse video — El Cielo de Canarias 2012 / The Light of Stars by Daniel López. #imageoftheday

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      Stunning time lapse movie (with 3d effects) El Cielo de Canarias 2012 / The Light of Stars by Daniel López. El Cielo de Canarias "The Light of Stars" (con making of)

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      The Light of Stars (May 8 2012) Video Credit & Copyright: Daniel López (El Cielo de Canarias); Music: La Busqueda de Ianna (Epic Soul Factory) What's moving? Time lapse videos of the sky can be quite spectacular when they last long enough for stars, planets, aurora, and clouds to appear to move in just a few seconds. Pictured above, however, astrovideographer Daniel López not only treats us to several inspiring time lapse videos of the night sky (...) #astronomy

    • Danielle Rose

      THIS is simply AMAZING. El Cielo de Canarias 2012 / The Light of Stars by Daniel López.

    • Timothy Stewart

      El Cielo de Canarias "The Light of Stars" (con making of) Daniel López Uniendo la técnica timelapse y la fotografía astronómica se logra captar la verdadera belleza del paisaje y el cielo nocturno en un mismo vídeo, reproduciendo de forma real pero acelerada el movimiento del cielo. Lo que ocurre en horas o días podemos verlo en segundos. Lo que el ojo no puede ver por falta de luz, lo podemos captar y mostrar en forma de vídeo con unos colores y matices imposible

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