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Trippy Music Video Features Monster Silhouettes Singing in Bokeh

This music video for the song “Solidified” by Gramatik features an interesting technique: custom bokeh shapes that move. We’ve featured creative bokeh techniques in the past, but they’ve all focused on floating words or static shapes. Director Brad Hasse went a step further by having his monster silhouettes in the out-of-focus light points move around and sing along. The technique involves placing tiny monster cutouts directly in front of fast lenses that are racked out of focus.

(via DIYP)


 
 
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  • http://twitter.com/IEBAcom Anthony Burokas

    Now, if he had used a high resolution monocrome LCD screen to create the monsters and they were actually animated to sing, as opposed to paper cutouts that moved like my two fingers make “scissors” then I’d be impressed.