Impressive Short Film Involving Framed Photos

This short film, Frame of Mind, by Ben Boutwell and Steven Alan is a creative look into the world of forced perspective photography. Frame of Mind was inspired by the opening credits for the sitcom Modern Family and borrowed techniques from François Vogel’s innovative filmmaking. At just over a minute long, the video is short, sweet, compelling, and close to reaching 1 million viewers in its first week. Have a look for yourself:

Although the video was short, the duo spent many, many hours behind their computers working on post production in Adobe After Effects and Mocha.

When asked how many hours they logged during editing, Alan replied, “Probably around 30-40 glorious hours.”

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