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OK Go’s New Music Video Was Shot in Zero Gravity in a Single Take

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It seems that with each new music video, the band OK Go breaks new ground in creativity. Today the band just released a new music video for the song "Upside Down & Inside Out." The 3-minute video, shown above, was shot in one take in zero gravity in a real plane flying through the sky.

"What you are about to see is real," OK Go says. "There are no wires or green screen."

OK Go’s New Music Video Will Blow Your Mind with Its Fancy Drone Camerawork

OK Go is known for its creative music videos that often feature single takes and innovative camera techniques, and the band's latest video continues that trend in an impressive way.

Released today, the "I Won't Let You Down" music video has already amassed hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube. Give it a watch above and you'll quickly see why.

Behind the Scenes of OK Go’s Viral Optical Illusion-Packed Single Take Music Video

Indie rock band OK Go's recent music video for the song "The Writing's On the Wall" was a smash hit, receiving some 6.6K likes on PetaPixel alone and currently boasting over 7.6M views on YouTube.

But just in case the claim that it was all shot in a single take without any cuts has you skeptical, the band yesterday released a spellbinding behind-the-scenes video to show you how the optical illusion magic was made.

Basic Videography Terms You Need to Know

Photographers who want to expand into videography can often become overwhelmed by the number of terms that are unique to the filmmaking discipline. This glossary of videography terms should help.

Apple MacBook Pro with M1 Max Review: Hail to the King

It is extremely difficult to come into a review of the new MacBook Pro with a truly neutral mindset. The original M1 was just so darned impressive that a follow-up naturally has enormous shoes to fill. Somehow, not only does the MacBook Pro powered by M1 Max meet expectations, it exceeds them: this computer is a marvel.

Don’t Make the Critical Facebook and Instagram Photography Mistake

I have a good friend that uses Facebook as his photography business’s digital platform. I have multiple friends that use Instagram as their portfolio. This also goes for, yes to a lesser degree, using Behance, Tumbler, Model Mayhem, Imgur, and Flickr as a portfolio destination.

Making Videos and Books From Your Photos

I shoot a lot of photos. I try to block time here and there to enjoy them because sometimes I feel I shoot more images than I can look at. After a shooting, there will be a moment, either right after or during the same week, where I will transfer the images to the computer, open Lightroom, select, remove, adjust, flag and note. Nothing special here, it's part of the whole process.

This Music Video Pokes Fun at Nikon Shooters

Video creator and self-described "turtleneck enthusiast," Sam Newton has put together an amusing musical take on the identity of a Nikon shooter, one that Newton associates with someone who shoots with lesser quality gear, or a potato, to be exact.

This Music Video Was Made with 3,700 Photos Shot on 35mm Film

Better Man is a music video and visual experiment shot using a 35mm analog camera meant for still photography. Every video clip in Better Man is actually a shutter burst of 8 frames per second and so in essence it fools the human eye to simulate motion similar to the effect that the very first motion picture cameras were able to produce.