Several years ago during the Jewish High Holidays, Steve Medwin did a photographic experiment where he tried to capture the entire High Holiday service in a time lapse sequence. He used a small camera to take a still photo every two seconds for two and a half hours. Then on the computer, he combined over 4400 images into a two and a half minutes video. He gives special thanks to Rabbi Michele Medwin and Cantor Patty Kaplan for cooperating with his experiment. We think you will enjoy watching the video — click here.
Credits — Photography: Steve Medwin and Music: Kevin MacLeod