How flowers bloom: timelaps, the creation of which took three years

The next short film captures how hundreds of flowers bloom, and it took three years to produce it.

Its creator, Jamie Scott, shot a Canon 5D Mark II on a camera. As a result, each frame of the video essentially represents a full-fledged photo, and the source code for creating the film took as much as eight terabytes. But the main problems were by no means in the technical part.

The main task was to clearly fix the process, the correct arrangement of light so that the flowers did not leave the frame and did not destroy the construction of the composition as it grew. The result was a very beautiful and even touching video.


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