How creative an animation can be, nature beats it all. We saw so many BBC-films about the underwater world. And yet there is a cameraman with entirely new images we’ve never seen before. He surprises us with the virtually invisible. Look at those maritime corals and sponges that reveal their movements through time lapse recordings. And all that on a microscopic scale. Regular macro shots have a very narrow depth of field. But film-maker Daniel Stoupin composed each frame out of multiple shots, with a different depth of field. This requires extreme patience of course. He has worked several months for this 3.5 minutes of footage. The result is remarkable.