Timelapse & Stop Motion Photography Used to Create Music Video

Here’s a pretty cool take on the art of music videos. The teams at Permagrin and SMW Films collaborated to create this nine minute timelapse video set to music. To put that number into perspective a bit, the filmmakers said they spent between six to eight hours filming for every three to four seconds of video. The video uses tens of thousands of single photographs that were edited together to make the video, which is also a very time consuming process. You can see Dream Music for yourself, right here:

As you can see in the photograph below, even the end credits were eye candy.

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