“Outside In” featured on Wandering Space Blog

“Outside In” has been featured on the excellent space blog “Wandering Space” that follows interesting images /stories from various space missions and astronomy sources. They were very impressed by the trailer but had wondered if I was using computer-generated images to create the fly-throughs. I realize it’s hard for people to believe the whole film is being created with actual photographs but I added a comment to give a little clarification.

They also wondered about the “pop stars” in the trailer. I will have more information about all of this as the film unfolds. But in the meantime, be sure to check out the rest of the blog – lots of cool space photographs, clips and info.

3 Comments
  • wanderingspace.net
    Posted at 05:16h, 17 July

    not sure if you saw, but i changed the image note to what you had sent in the comment. YES!

  • wanderingspace.net
    Posted at 05:21h, 17 July

    oh yeah… also… wondering if you have been making your own composites and color images from mission raw data? if so, i’d love to see some of that work. i try to feature the freelance work of imagers on the site and intend to do a series of interviews mixed with a flash gallery in the future. in particular check out the work of U. Gordan at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ugordan .

  • stephenv2
    Posted at 10:38h, 17 July

    Yes. I am both making my own and using the work of other composites. I just got 9 image composites that were used in book “Saturn, A New View” and have been talking to a compositer on Unmmanned Spaceflight.

    Thanks so much for pointing me to U. Gordan, I had not seen his stuff. Very nice work indeed.

    My own composites are locked up right now as they would give a lot of clues to my process plus they are not not actually that pretty on their own, but as the film progresses I will show more.

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