This awesome video titled “Slow Life” from marine biology PhD student and videographer Daniel Stoupin shows how although their metabolic process operates on a much slower timescale than our own, these organisms are still growing, breathing, eating and squirming. And it’s all in glorious high definition, composed from over 150,000 shots. Each frame of the final video is a stack of three to 12 shots where in-focus areas are merged, meaning each frame took about 10 minutes to compose. It took Stoupin a full nine months to develop a full process for both overcoming the technical challenges involve and learning how to work with the delicate animals.
I’m calling my Easter look, “lace & lavender” :D
This was completely unnecessary and for that I am thankful
Redwood forest in Big Sur, California
PHOTO CRED: ( vicousvic )
Jump In The Pool- marc_mcquilling
6mm Druzy faced Brazilian Agate Labret for Monami.
It was a challenge carving this little guy. I’m so happy with the out come.
Bruno Vergauwen is a Belgian visual artist. He studied in Antwerp for his Masters Degree in Graphic design and illustration. Being born into a family with creative minds alike, he had the freedom to developed his art from a very young age. After being an Art Director in Advertising for over ten years he decided to dedicate himself more to his personal non-commercial artwork and illustration.
Bruno likes the way every person looks at his work differently and enjoys the challenge of an assignment. He continues working at an Advertising Agency but his real passion lies with creating images and the different worlds that come with it.
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