The Ultimate in Time-Lapse Photography

Squeezed August 13, 2006

Now this is something amazing, and you may have already seen this. San Francisco-based filmmaker Ahree Lee took on an experimental project, taking a digital snapshot of her face each day since November 1, 2001. Then in 2004, she took that picture she had and turned them into a short film entitled simply, “Me,” at the rate of about one week’s worth of pictures a second.

What surprised me was how she kept an stone-faced expression throughout the whole thing, so that you can look at the film, yet not get completely dizzy with the pacing.

View the film and see for yourself.

One Response to “The Ultimate in Time-Lapse Photography”

  1. Joy Says:

    It’s a pretty awesome video…

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