500 People in 100 Seconds
YouTube user EranAmir has virility in his blood. He produced a video concept that is blasting across the web, reaching almost 400k views in 3 days. The video is composed of 500 people holding a photograph that appears to play a movie while remaining in the same spot. Mind you, this video displays those 500 people in just 100 seconds, creating a stop-action effect. It looks like each consecutive person is holding a physical screen, creating a united effect. I think the director filmed a video, extracted frame screenshots, printed them out in order, asked people to hold them (in order), and then arranged the photos, (in order), to create this video. Seems simple but he clearly put A LOT of hard work into this project. Bravo, EranAmir – looking forward to your other work.
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