Here’s a humorous short film titled “Smile” by director Dean Fleischer-Camp, who regularly asks people to pose for a photograph but then secretly records video instead. It shows how poses that look so natural in still photographs can look so completely awkward in videos.
Smile: Video Clips of People Posing for Still Photos
- Published on May 14, 2012 by Michael Zhang
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