An exercise in light painting and parallax displacement to create the illusion of 3D (or 2.5D) and motion in a series of still photographs captured after nightfall. This film is comprised entirely of still images. All motion achieved in post production. The only time lapse shots are the star trails. All other shots are typically comprised of between 3 and 5 exposures of the same subject, but with different lighting in each, then blended together or transitioned between to give the effect of seamless motion. The COVID19 pandemic forced me to put a number of projects on hold. Being unable to shoot anything new I took the opportunity to look back through my astrophotography and nightscape work from the past couple of years. I put this film together as a reminder of what exists outside my four walls and so others can enjoy the wonders of the night sky from their solitary confines. “Arthur Cauty is a dab hand at capturing moonlight magic. His latest film of astrophotography and light painting is so beguiling, it’s better than communing with a coyote for an almost spiritual calm” – Devon & Cornwall Film Giclee art prints available from: Photographed at the following locations: Arches National Park, Utah Capitol Reef National Park, Utah Joshua Tree National Park, California Llanthony Priory, Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales Dunraven Bay, South Wales Dartmoor National Park, England Cameras used: Sony A7S, Panasonic S1H, Canon 6D Lenses used: Sigma Art 24mm f/1.4, Sigma Art 50mm f/1.4, Samyang 24mm f/1.4, Samyang 14mm f/2.8 Lights used: Some cheap little dimmable LEDs from Amazon, an old iPhone 5, and the occasional passing car A film by Arthur Cauty Music by Philip G Anderson Enquiries: *Check out the GoFundMe for my new documentary about one of the World’s oldest independent cinemas ‘Saving the Curzon*