You're looking at every single second in Star Wars IV: A New Hope arranged according to their luminosity by Jason Salavon. It reminds me of a really cool book that I got a couple weeks ago.
It's an amazing new low-cost hardcover print of the $US3,000 limited-edition set that came out in 2011. This one is $US150, but you can get it for $US93 at Amazon.
This edition is solid. Like the previous one, it contains two large-format books with a collection of 1,416 frames arranged in chronological order. The publishers say that George Lucas picked the frames from more the more than 1 million that make the entire saga.
One has the original movies and the other one contains the prequels (which you can conveniently discard or give away, as far as I am concerned.)
Both are printed beautifully. They are huge. And heavy too. It's a pleasure to peruse its pages and explore every frame in detail. And they smell of the collectable cards that I glued to an album back when the original movie came out, in 1977.
The publisher Abrams gave us a copy of the book, plus an original Yoda sketch by Star Wars artistic director Iain McCaig, which you can see below.