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This article was published on August 17, 2011

    Check this: A stop motion video made with 2,335 printed photos

    Check this: A stop motion video made with 2,335 printed photos
    Nancy Messieh
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    Nancy Messieh

    Lesotho-born and raised, Nancy Messieh, The Next Web's Middle East Editor, is an Egyptian writer and photographer based in Cairo, Egypt. Fol Lesotho-born and raised, Nancy Messieh, The Next Web's Middle East Editor, is an Egyptian writer and photographer based in Cairo, Egypt. Follow her on Twitter, her site or Google+ or get in touch at [email protected]

    Dave Wallace, a freelance videographer, put together a stop motion video consisting of 2,335 photographs. Stop motion videos are nothing new, but Wallace’s video uses an interesting twist. Created as an advertisement for ClickPixx, a new online photo-printing service, the video was created using printed photographs.

    After spending the day shooting over 2,000 photos, they took them back to the studio, created a small 10 panel frame and started to manually place each photo, and take photos of the photos. The final product tells the story of “two young photographers as they meet and create memories together.”

    Want to see how the video was made? Check out the behind-the-scenes video: