How to make the ultimate lunar dip film

In an attempt to make a dip film with a more reflective surface, photographer and videographer Kevin Hirschberg is taking advantage of the lunar cycle to create the best lunar dip possible.

The project is being filmed in Hawaii, and Hirschburg is using a custom-made water tank to create a “glass moon” with a reflective surface.

Hirschberg and his partner are filming their moon film in Hawaii’s Lake Tahoe with a water tank.

This is the same type of tank that was used for the moonwalk video that won the 2017 James Cameron award.

The moonwalk was filmed on a tripod with a solar panel attached to the camera, which was set up to capture the moonlight hitting the camera lens.

The result is a “belly-down” film that looks very much like a lunar moon.

The film is being processed in a water-tank, and when the sun comes up the moon will appear to sink to the bottom of the tank.

Hopes for a moon film were raised by a NASA article on Hirschbert’s project that said, “NASA has published a new report that states that the moon’s water content is 10 times higher than it was when the Moon was young.

If the research is accurate, then a lunar dip should be possible.

We are not the only ones that think so.”

Hirschbert is working with photographer and filmmaker Daniel Lopresti to bring his moon dip film to life.

In the video below, Hirschbout’s partner is demonstrating the process of the dip.

Loprendi said,The project was a labor of love for Hirschbrout, and he is thrilled that his project has received international attention.

The video above shows how a solar tank can produce a moon dip.

“I am proud to say that this project has been embraced by some of the world’s most renowned photographers, including Steven Spielberg, David Hockney, and other world leaders,” Hirschbach said in a statement.

“With the backing of the National Geographic Society, I am now able to focus on bringing my moon dip project to life, while also bringing more people into the scientific world.

The lunar dip will not only help me to understand how life on Earth started and evolved, it will also inspire the next generation of scientists to investigate how the solar system was created and evolve.”

Humble beginningsHirschbund’s first lunar dip was shot in February 2017 at the Moonwalk Film Festival in New Orleans.

The photo below shows the first photo taken of a moon with a reflection in a glass tank.

The lunar dip is one of the most unique lunar dip films ever produced, and the team behind it are excited to share it with the world.

Hirschbergh said,We are excited and proud to have the opportunity to share this story with the entire world.

I believe the best way to make this possible is to have our story be shared with the public through our project.

I have taken great pride in documenting the experience of my friends and family, and it is great to be able to share with the whole world the joy of a lunar eclipse.

You can watch Hirschbummer’s video below to see how the process is accomplished.

Hancock said,I am so excited to be a part of this story and it’s the kind of project that can make a difference.

It is very hard to photograph a lunar impact on a solar array, so the solar panel is the perfect surface to create this kind of effect.

Hinsley added,We hope that this will inspire people to take action and be inspired by what they see.