For a New Year’s greeting ecard this year, Paris-based photographer Noël Bourcier decided to put his camera equipment to good use, but not in the way you’d expect. He gathered up some of the camera equipment at the EFET School’s photography program, recruited a couple of photography students, and turned the equipment into the simple stop-motion ecard seen above.
395 photographs went into the animation. Here are some making-of photographs captured during the creation process:
You can find a lengthier writeup of how it was done (in French) over on the EFET website.
Image credits: Video and photographs by Noël Bourcier and used with permission