Imagine taking the picture of a lifetime all while you’re sound asleep? One photographer finds himself in that enviable position after a time lapse camera he set up captured a meteor in all its beautiful glory. To be specific, he captured a bolide which is an especially vibrant meteor. It all began when Matthew Vandeputt took a vacation to the US state of Utah and decided to set up his Canon 6D Mark II at 1 AM to capture some good time lapse astrophotography. The Canon used a Canon 24mm f/1.4 lens as well as a Canon TC80-N3 remote triggerLast Updated on July 10, 2019 by Kehl BayernTotal: 0Shares 0Tweets 0PinsImagine taking the picture of a lifetime all while you’re sound asleep? One photographer finds himself in that enviable position after a time lapse camera he set up captured a meteor in all its beautiful glory. To be specific, he captured a bolide …