Astronomical Timelapse Photography
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Celestial Visions produces high definition video timelapse sequences, ideal for a wide range of uses, including High Definition video projects, exhibitions and special events. Our collection of timelapse resources grows all the time. Timelapse sequences feature locations including Western Australia, Tasmania, Cape Town South Africa and Bali, Indonesia.
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Encounter: Inside Australia
"Explore an awe inspiring landscape,
dotted with surreal metal statues...
... and at night, stand witness to a superb view
of the stars and our Galaxy, the Milky Way".
A rhythmic, hypnotic, visually poetic exploration of the night, inspired by the vast, remote and silent landscape which is Lake Ballard.
The World At Night / Celestial Visions production of the Antony Gormley "Inside Australia" project, filmed entirely on location at Lake Ballard, Western Australia.
Featuring astronomical timelapse and advanced digital imaging by John Goldsmith.
Copyright 2012, All Rights Reserved.
Sydney by Night
October 2013, Sydney Australia. Two historic events; The 40th birthday of the Opera House, and the International Fleet Review, celebrating the Centenary of the Australian Navy in Sydney (1913 - 2013). A giant display of fireworks above the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Timelapse and HD video, combined with ambient sound recordings.
Producer: John Goldsmith, celestialvisions.com.au
In collaboration with: The World at Night. twanight.org
Specific sites featured in our timelapse include;
Cradle Mountain, Tasmania
Sacred Monkey Forest, Bali, Indonesia
Table Mountain, Cape Town
South African Large Telescope
Kandimalal, Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater
Cosmology Gallery, Western Australia
Gingin Observatory, Western Australia
Salamanca Markets, Tasmania
Australian Outback by night
Perth CBD Skyline by night
Earth Hour, Australia
Firing up the night
In addition to astronomical timelapse, the timelapse technique can also be applied in a creative way to more earthly subjects, in this case, an unusual view of a fire juggler, at night.