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.

  • 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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