Flickering fireflies in time-lapse
You don’t have to be be a kid to enjoy the beautiful light show from fireflies. There’s something magical about their bioluminescence and the dancing display of lights they create.
Photographer Vincent Brady loves fireflies too and his new time-lapse video is an artistic look at one of nature’s most alluring insects. Shot at Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri and around his hometown of Grand Ledge, Michigan, Brady says on his website he used every trick he knows to make the video: 'Image stacking, 360-degree startrail panoramas, and even a macro love scene'.
He goes on to describe the techniques used to capture the video and then steps through each segment with more details and stunning still-frame examples of the work.
Check it out. How often do you see a 360-degree startrail shot, with or without fireflies?