Amateur astronomy has come a long way over the past decade, and Wes Walcott dives into these developments in his Trend Hunter interview.
This particular video focuses on augmented stars in the night sky. The film was shot in the Atacama Desert in Chile, and the footage captures how serene and calm these sparkling wonders look during the evening. The video was done in a time-lapse style, so viewers can see the changes that happen to these burning balls of gas over a period of time.
Wes also unveils what it has been like to work at Trend Hunter as a video editing intern. During the internship he's been able to shoot and edit a number of different videos and improve his skills in this field.
To learn more about Wes and his time at Trend Hunter you can check out his interview here.
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