Here’s an interesting way to provide a behind-the-scenes look at how a portrait shoot was done. After photographing British comedian Frank Skinner, UK-based photographer Harry Borden took all the unedited photos from the shoot and turned them into a one-minute time-lapse movie. The resulting short film is a glimpse into how a session progressed from one pose to another, and the different ideas that were tried.
The number of the photographs were selected and used for a piece in the Sunday Times:
It’d be fun to see this kind of unedited photo time-lapse for other kinds of photography as well, whether it’s wedding photography or a photojournalism project. It’s like seeing the all of the frames on a contact sheet at high speeds, revealing how the images were birthed.