Mesmerizing time-lapse of the movement of corals by Antonio Rodríguez Canto. He took over 25,000 photos of corals in a controlled environment for more than a year and faced many challenges such as lighting, using macro lenses, their movement or lack there of and water particles in suspension, not to mention losing all photographic material when his hard drive crashed. Some of the species he filmed include Acantophyllia, Trachiphyllia, Heteropsammia, Physogyra, Fungia, Zoanthus, Duncanopsammia, Goniopora, Plerogyra and Scolimia.
During the post-production process, I tried to be as faithful as possible to the colours I had seen. But still, I gave a touch of colour saturation when I felt it was needed since I wanted the result to be more aesthetic than scientific.+