Atom Lapse: where the other photographers do not enter!


Richard Bentley will not sound new as a name in the world of time-lapse. Today’s video shows us the inside Atomium.

It’s a monument which is located in the Heysel Park, Brussels, Belgium: a steel building, consisting of 9 balls representing an iron crystal magnified 165×109 times.

The Atomium was built for the Expo 1958 World Expo in Brussels in 1958. Designed by André Waterkeyn, originally was supposed to last 6 months.

It is not normally allowed to photograph this monument , from the inside: the images, in fact, remain property of the Atomium, whose organization has, however, allowed Richard to produce this video.


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Equipment Used

Cameras: Canon 5D Mark II
Lenses: Canon 24mm f/1.4L IICanon TS-E 17mm f4.0L
Slider/Dolly: n.d.
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