Low Earth Orbit by Visual Suspect

Sep 06, 2017 at 01:02 pm by SchelleFire

Low Earth Orbit from Visual Suspect on Vimeo.

Orbital drone movements are the ones with power to convert two-dimensional images into dancing focal layers escaping out of the frame. We wanted to further explore the technique, with high-altitude, long orbits, along with ones very close to the ground, we call them "Orbital drone-lapses." These shots are a mix of automatic and manual flights.

Low Earth Orbit is a zone between earth's surface and 2,000 kilometers, where we find most of our satellite system orbiting around our planet, together with the international space station.

A romantic attempt to step aside for a while gravity and atmospheric forces, bringing these orbits closer to the ground.

Shot on Folegandros island, Greece.

About Visual Suspect

Visual Suspect is a video production company, based in Hong Kong, with international experience in 15 countries.

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