'Double-Exposures In Motion' Is Nothing Short Of A Spectacular Video (NSFW)

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We're all familiar with double-exposure photography by now, often done by combining some sort of landscape or cityscape with the outline of a person to create a visually interesting effect. Now, it's taken to the form of video. Granted it has been done before, this video by Breeder takes it to another level. 

Keep in mind before watching that this video is not safe for work due to nudity. Now that we have that out of the way, be sure and check it out.

This video was made by Breeder for the opening titles for Analogue/Digital.

"Breeder was invited back to create the opening titles for Analogue/Digital, so once again, we threw ourselves into the project and didn't hold back. This year, we developed an ambitious aesthetic based upon the idea of double exposure, inspired by Alabaster's amazing track and the conference's program design. We worked around the theme of binary, juxtaposing the urban sprawl and nature, black and white, flight and fall, and unification and disintegration. It was a labour of love and we couldn't be prouder with the end result."

Full Credits:

analoguedigital.com.austudiobreeder.comiamalabaster.bandcamp.com

Creative Direction: Joyce Ho

Producer: Adam Sebastian West Cinematography: Chris Morris, Alex Gee, Adam Sebastian West Editing: Alex Gee Design Lead: Joyce Ho Design: Alex Gee, Timothy Lovett, Jai Mitchell Compositing: Chris Morris Animation: Alex Gee, Joyce Ho, Grayson Huddart Starring: Abagail Pirie, Anthony Trojman Sound by ALABASTER

[Via Sue Bryce via Vimeo]

 
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Jaron Schneider's picture

That was unbelievably cool.

awesome!

Tam Nguyen's picture

Nip slip!

Noam Galai's picture

incredible

Yawn...

jeff calbom's picture

These are exactly the kinds of finds I envisioned FS to find and share from day 1. Absolutely brilliant. These kinds of finds don't happen that often but please keep up the good work and in fact try harder to find beasts of this nature more often.

Thank you, on behalf of us all!

what tha? how tha? who tha? say whuuuuut? awesome!

WHAT IS THIS SONG!?

The first one on here... http://iamalabaster.bandcamp.com/

That was amaaaazing.

Incredible

that was amazing. so much talent

Epic!! Very cool effect and amazing edit! :)

Picking my jaw up off the floor. Incredible.

Mesmerizing, wonderful mix of imagery and song. I suspect we've just witnessed a "Matrix Bulletime" moment, I expect to see this technique popping up everywhere soon....

Patryk M's picture

Lost for words!

Dope!!!

Now comes the time when I try non-stop till I find the exact technique to do this (besides the art direction that is just and plain awesome)

I saw this at the Brisbane show, on a huge cinema screen (I think). It was so awesome, I feel sorry for you guys watching it on small computer screens