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: