London Grammar ‘Wasting My Young Years’ by Bison
This is a stunning video for new Ministry act London Grammar’s lovely Wasting My Young Years by Bison that executes an amazing visual trick.
Falling bodies are captured, and tracked by the camera in mid-fall. You might think its old school time-slice at first, but then the viewer is taken completely around a body – as if walking around at someone frozen in time.
How on earth did they do it? The very simple answer is pinhole cameras and 35mm film. Their behind the scenes film explains it all thoroughly – and how it neatly reflects the theme of the song. Superb.
|Director of Photography||Matyas Erdely|
|Art Director||Owen Gundry|
|Post Producer||Luis Martin|
|Label||Ministry of Sound|
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