Rimes music video created with stop motion on an iPhone

The Hollywood Reporter digs into the creation of LeAnn Rimes’ new music video for the song Gasoline and Matches. The video, created by Ian Padgham, uses stop-motion animation and all 8,000 frames were shot using an iPhone. “Padgham says that anyone could use the same virtually free technology to make their own stop-motion animation nowadays. But there may be a cost in psychological terms for anyone with a less meticulous mindset than his. What’s the secret to making a video composed of 8,000 meticulously sequenced still photographs? ‘Patience definitely is up there'”. You can watch the full video here: