© Finley-Holiday Films. Bryce Canyon Night Sky Timelapse. 2016.
A time-lapse video compilation of Grand Teton National Park by night. All video was shot in Grand Teton National Park and features the park's spectacular night skies of northern lights and the Milky Way Galaxy. This is an ongoing project to raise more awareness about light pollution in the area and to preserve the night skies through Dark Sky Designation by the International Dark Sky Association.
This year 26 photographers from all over the country gathered in Moab, Utah to learn how to best capture and create landscape and night-sky timelapses. This is what they captured!
"Dark Skies of Utah” was captured by 11 photographers that attended one of two Timelapse Moab Workshops that took place last month in southeastern Utah. What is even more amazing is that most of these photographers had never shot or processed timelapse before this workshop, and many of these timelapses were actually captured after just 1 or 2 days of instruction. Two of the workshop participants, Gustaf and Brendon, came to the workshop with prior timelapse experience - and created spectacular timelapses that featured movement and depth using their motion control dollies and heads.
The Owachomo Bridge at Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah - the first site to be certified as an International Dark Sky Park, in 2007 - as photographed by DennyMont.
This film follows the ancient cycle of sunset, to night, to sunrise. A continuous loop of perpetual movement that has been unbroken since the dawn of time, and the only true constant in our lives.