27.05.13 by Jeff

600+ Pinhole Cameras used for London Grammar’s “Wasting My Young Years” video

London Grammar Wasting My Young Years
The Matrix-like shots in this video were each made using 625 pinhole cameras and a single strip of 35mm film! The rig that director duo Bison invented for this is incredible. Watch the behind the scenes video and the final product below!

Behind the scenes:

 

Finished video:

 

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



  • rye

    soooooo cool!!!!!

  • Thom Murtagh

    unbelievably cool. creating an aesthetic through time consuming work rather than post-editing processes again results in a far more rewarding end result.

    • http://www.booooooom.com/ Jeff Hamada

      always the best way

  • Marin

    what an annoying track, but oh this video is great, the blurry 3D on the guy’s hands at 1:00 is so 0_0

  • Yuri

    very cool video!

  • sambrero

    Wonderful to see and listen to the technical side of a really interesting and visually pleasing video. It’s a hauntingly beautiful song too.

  • Bobby Saban

    This is so cool! Heard about them from their Disclosure collab, went to listen to the album and was sold. Get it now! http://po.st/IfYouWait





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Crowdfund Project of the Day: BrushKnob by Wataru Kami

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This one may excite all you digital illustrators out there! BrushKnob is a device designed to make the creation of your digital artwork more intuitive. Developed while working as a concept artist at a production company in Tokyo, Wataru Kami’s invention is simple to use and incredibly streamlined. With only two functions — a knob to control brush size and a switch to transition between the brush and eraser tools — it operates like an extra keyboard and can be used with any application (not just Photoshop) using the same keyboard shortcuts assigned.

More images and information about how to support Kami’s project below!

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