These scenes are created by stacking a sequence of long-exposure, high-resolution digital photographs in Adobe After Effects and allowing each photograph to linger on the screen for a short duration of time before fading. The resulting “Startrails” video captures the actual motion and apperance of light; nothing has been added with respect to computer generated graphics.” Startrails Timelapse Carolina from Daniel Dragon Films on Vimeo. "Startrails Timelapse Carolina" Filmed at Huckleberry Knob and Salvo, N.C.; the far eastern and western edges of North Carolina. Print of the main image available here: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/perseid-smoky-mountain-startrails-daniel-lowe.html http://danieldragonfilms.com http://twitter.com/IStockTimelapse This is what I did with 2 years worth of static star timelapses that might have otherwise went unseen. If this gets a decent amount of views, then I'll follow up with a tutorial on how to do this in After Effects.