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How Stop-Motion Photography Has Evolved Since 1900


Stop-motion photography has come a long way since the early 1900s, but it still involves creating an animation one frame at a time by introducing slight changes and movements between still photos. To see how far we’ve come with the technique, check out this 3-minute video, titled “The Evolution of Stop-Motion.”

Aspiring UK-based filmmaker Vugar Efendi gathered clips from 39 stop motion films created over the past 116 years, starting from the 1900 silent film The Enchanted Drawing and up to the new 2016 movie Kubo and the Two Strings, which has been wowing audiences with its high-tech stop-motion.

(via Vugar Efendi via kottke.org)