22.12.10 by Jeff

Oops

“Oops”, an experimental video by Chris Beckman was a winner in this year’s Vimeo Awards. Beckman scoured Youtube for people dropping their cameras and used this motif to stitch together a compelling 10-minute adventure. The transition at 4:35 is incredible!

oops experimental video by chris beckman vimeo awards

Watch the video below!


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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Dalton Sjogren

    I feel as though, if I were about to die, this is how the my life would flash before my eyes.

  • The concept is way beyond well thought, but i have to say some of the footage just ruined it for me in. Also, some fun trips in there too, eh!

  • so

    this made me so happy i wanted to cry

  • emilyrugburn

    this is really great. It’s a beautiful take on the raw and the real, an experience that captures a feeling of familiarity but shared with total strangers.
    Reality TV eat your heart out!

  • roman

    This is like camera reincarnation over and over again.

  • Niko

    Meh, still don’t like other people enough to appreciate it, someday soon though. The thing I enjoyed was the last clip, beautiful, couldn’t imagine how much joy that child was feeling.

  • wow, that video was amazing! and you’re right, 4:35 IS incredible!

  • lapetitefaon

    really, really lovely, I love the idea of stitching together all these forgotten imperfect moments to make something so beautiful

  • Anivox

    I love this so much! <3

  • Wow – great idea, perfect execution. I wonder how long it took to find all of those videos?

  • Vanessa

    ohgoodness the stitching of the videos is absolutely flawless! it’s so cohesive and beautiful!

  • guikas

    It an incredible idea!!!!!
    Make me take my camera and run out side to shoot the world!!!
    Greeeat Job!!!





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