Video Made With Long-Exposure Photos Is Like The State of Dreaming
Sep 06, 2013 17:29
Ever had the feeling you're in a woozy dream state? If we can remember what we see in our dreams, this could be it.
Dancing Ghosts is made up of sequential long exposure photographs by Micaël Reynaud that were interpolated and blended together with editing software to create this weird effect. Is this real or are we dreaming?
The shifts in speed and motion of the animation only heightens the surreal feel of the video. Its almost as if you were high, just by looking at it. [Vimeo Blog]
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