Freelance videographer Dave Wallace made this creative stop-motion video for ClickPixx using 2335 printed photos. By patiently swapping the photos in and out of 10 picture frames arranged on a wall, Wallace managed to create a stop-motion video within a stop-motion video. You can also find a behind-the-scenes video here to see how it was made.
Stop-Motion Within a Stop-Motion Using 2335 Printed Photos
- Published on August 16, 2011 by Michael Zhang
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