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This Music Video Was Made with 2,250 Printed Photos

2 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

This is the music video for the song “ UnAmerican ” by the indie rock band Said The Whale. The stop-motion video was created by hand without digital effects: it features 2,250 separate photo prints rephotographed over a period of 80 hours.
After filming the band performing the song, director Johnny Jansen spent $680 on printing out 2,250 of the frames on regular paper with a laser printer. With a crew of 6 people, Jansen then painstakingly photographed each print in a new photo to create the stop-motion video.
“We timed out the entire video as an animatic well before we started shooting,”...
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