Russian Photographer Creates 4K Video from 6,000 Images of ISS
Dmitry Pisanko used NASA’s free photo archive to create a short film.
Moscow-based photographer Dmitry Pisanko published “ISS Symphony,” a video made from the images taken from the International Space Station. The photographer downloaded more than 100,000 photos that are available from the open source of NASA’s website and created a 40 minute time-lapse video. Later, it was cut down to 4 minute film featuring only the most spectacular views. According to the photographer, the most complicated task was finding the right music; it took him three months.