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Soothing Underwater Time-Lapse Created From 150,000 Images

Soothing Underwater Time-Lapse Created From 150,000 Images

It's unlikely you'll have experience the underwater world quite like this before.

Soothing Underwater Time-Lapse Created From 150,000 Images

Photographer Daniel Stoupin has created a remarkable time-lapse of "slow life' marine animals, mainly sea sponges and corals. But despite being unable to speed through the water, they are incredibly mobile creatures when you reduce the time scale and introduce a time-lapse effect. Each mysterious animal plays a vital part in the biosphere and marine ecoystem, helping to build coral reefs or filter the water itself.

Soothing Underwater Time-Lapse Created From 150,000 Images

Soothing Underwater Time-Lapse Created From 150,000 Images

Stoupin's video clocks in at a soothing 3.38 but what you might not release is that it's the combination of 150,000 individual photographs.

To make this little clip I took 150000 shots. Why so many? Each frame of the video is actually a stack that consists of 3-12 shots where in-focus areas are merged.

You can find out more about how he was able to capture this incredible 4K footage, the techniques used and his plans for the future via his personal blog

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