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Feb 26, 2013

My Baby Oh No

Duncan's on a video editing kick and I'm reaping the benefits! We had a photo booth set up at our wedding where the participants could capture their photos themselves with a remote. It was right by the dance floor so the party often spilled over into the frame. It lead to over 1,500 photos of fun. Speaking of fun, here are two fun facts for you:

1) I learned that this effect is called Pixilation. Wikipedia defines it like this- Pixilation (from pixilated) is a stop motion technique where live actors are used as a frame-by-frame subject in an animated film, by repeatedly posing while one or more frame is taken and changing pose slightly before the next frame or frames.

2) The white circles that are hanging in front of the brick are from the whole punched pieces of Vivi Dot packaging. I use a round scalloped punch for the packaging of my watch necklaces and I could never bring myself to throw the punched peice away. I'm so glad I didn't because I was able to sew them all together to add a little bit of three dimensional detail to the brick wall.

Hope you enjoy this little glimpse into our party!

Brick Blitz from Duncan Hooper.


The song used is My Baby Oh No! by Bow Wow Wow (the same group that sang I Want Candy).


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1 comment:

Heidi-and-Seek said...

haha wow! This is awesome! We did a stop motion video for New Years, where the camera took a photo every 10 seconds, it was pretty epic!