Super Macro Underwater / ISS Timelapse short film

Mantadude

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Hello everyone,

I put together a short underwater film called Critter Planet. It is filled with very rare underwater creatures, one of which a Kalinga Ornata nudibranch, is so rare, that as far as I can see I am the only one in the world with video footage of it in its natural habitat.

To better tell the story, I also incorporated some timelapse from the ISS. Also, have done some narration for the first time. Check it out, and let me know what you think.
Dustin

Watch in HD!!

Critter Planet, Canon 5d Mark II
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Great video. It was a real pleasure to watch. I especially like the shrimp. :) Well done Dustin.
 

expatinasia

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Beneath the surface of our oceans.

Very nice. May I ask, how or where did you get the beginning shots of the earth? Looks like Google Earth but wanted to ask, if it is Google Earth are we allowed to use those images?
 

Mantadude

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Oct 9, 2012
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expatinasia said:
Beneath the surface of our oceans.

Very nice. May I ask, how or where did you get the beginning shots of the earth? Looks like Google Earth but wanted to ask, if it is Google Earth are we allowed to use those images?
Hello,
Thanks for watching it. It isn't google earth. These are timelapses from the ISS. You can find them here:
http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/Videos/CrewEarthObservationsVideos/

They do allow you to use them, as long as you give them credit, as you will see in my credits.

Dustin
 

expatinasia

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Mantadude said:
expatinasia said:
Beneath the surface of our oceans.

Very nice. May I ask, how or where did you get the beginning shots of the earth? Looks like Google Earth but wanted to ask, if it is Google Earth are we allowed to use those images?
Hello,
Thanks for watching it. It isn't google earth. These are timelapses from the ISS. You can find them here:
http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/Videos/CrewEarthObservationsVideos/

They do allow you to use them, as long as you give them credit, as you will see in my credits.

Dustin
Thanks for sharing, Dustin. I had no idea that even existed. Great to know. Thanks.
 

Mantadude

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Oct 9, 2012
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expatinasia said:
Mantadude said:
expatinasia said:
Beneath the surface of our oceans.

Very nice. May I ask, how or where did you get the beginning shots of the earth? Looks like Google Earth but wanted to ask, if it is Google Earth are we allowed to use those images?
Hello,
Thanks for watching it. It isn't google earth. These are timelapses from the ISS. You can find them here:
http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/Videos/CrewEarthObservationsVideos/

They do allow you to use them, as long as you give them credit, as you will see in my credits.

Dustin
Thanks for sharing, Dustin. I had no idea that even existed. Great to know. Thanks.
No problem. It is pretty cool that they let people use it.
Dustin