500 people holding over 1,500 photos over the course of 100 seconds
(CBS) - I've mentioned many times over on The Feed how I appreciate aesthetic and artistic videos. So it should come as no surprise that I present to you a truly aesthetic and artistic video of 500 people holding more than 1,500 photos in Israel over the course of 100 seconds in the above video.
The YouTube video was made by EranAmir and is fascinating to me in the sense of a lack of motion occurring with the ever-changing people, but the style of movement occurring within the photos that is reminiscent of early film. The only thing I do wish was that the video was in HD (and the creator recommends not watching it in full-screen). Still, a compelling work to behold!
To check out more work by the creator, you can go to EranAmir's YouTube page here.
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