If we can put men on the moon, then why not have someone dunk the sun.
In a promotional shoot for Red Bull, Chicago-born NBA star Anthony Davis and photographer Dustin Snipes did just that.
Snipes wrote for PetaPixel:
Red Bull recently came to me with an interesting idea: We’d like you to photograph NBA star Anthony Davis dunking the sun. I responded, Can we also have him dunk the moon? My mind started racing with ideas on how to capture this properly because as most people, know the sun is a very bright object that’s about 93 million miles away — I totally knew that off the top of my head. Not to mention, it’s also very hard to look at for more than a brief moment.
The results are amazing!
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