How the Apollo lunar surface imagery was created – edited highlights
Apollo: Smoke and Mirrors
Extracts from Make Believe: Smoke and Mirrors – an extensively-researched production from an anonymous creator.
The narrator used distortion to disguise his voice so it is difficult to understand the commentary without the added subtitles to this enhanced version. This edited highlights version covers the key areas of the filming and the still photographic processes. The production demonstrates how the Apollo lunar surface imagery was generated and includes specifics such as the nature of the sets used, explanations of how the slow motion effects were generated and details of the use of wires attached to the astronauts to produce movement in simulated 1/6g.
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