Return to the historic moment when NASA spacecraft landed on the Moon through a re-created film from over 14,000 photos

A vivid, 1-0-2 film, meticulously and meticulously recreating the photographer's moment of breathtaking NASA spacecraft, the film maker Christian Stangl surprised many.

A vivid 1-0-2 film, elaborately and meticulously recreating the photographer's "breathless" moment of moon landing on the Moon, Christian Stangl filmmaker surprised many.

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On July 21, 1969, the Apollo 11 spacecraft landed on the Moon. The whole world holds its breath in watching that historic moment, this is the leap forward of people in the conquest of space.

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The Apollo 11 mission helped people set foot on the Moon.(Photo Stangl.)

Although, we already have footage of the moment when people landed on the Moon, but according to Christian Stangl, those videos are not worthy of the great historical events of the world. Therefore, he paired thousands of still photos taken by Apollo astronauts and used digital effects, to create an extremely vivid, impressive and epic movie. and beautiful.

From thousands of photos, Christian Stangl created a panorama image with a wider landscape (Panoramic Stitching), making camera movements. At the same time, the photos taken continuously by the air cargo landing team were also added to the video, creating stop motion frames with smooth movement.

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Photos that astronauts take on the Moon's surface help Stangl create impressive footage.(Photo Stangl.)

To be able to complete the film, Stangl took up to 2 years to synthesize more than 14,000 photos, then categorize, select photos that can be linked together, put everything together with the After Effect application Adobe, then added background music, which was compiled by Stangl's own brother.

According to Stangl, images on the surface of the Moon when astronauts landed are the easiest part to do because they often capture more than 10 photos from a perspective. The biggest difficulty in the process of making this video is to select photos that are compatible with each other, suitable for time in more than 14,000 photos.

Return to the historic moment when NASA spacecraft landed on the Moon through a re-created film from over 14,000 photos Picture 3 Stangl took 2 years to complete this video.

This work was quite tedious and he made many mistakes during his long work. In the end, the results he achieved were extremely impressive and worthy of this effort!

Let's enjoy this live video.

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