The video begins with a baby-faced boy on the verge of puberty and shows him rapidly going through growth spurts and hairstyle changes until he becomes a young man — basically "Boyhood" in a minute and a half. Cornellier was only 12 when he began the project. The idea came to him after playing with a camera his dad owned that had time-lapse capabilities, and researching similar projects online, the now year-old said in an email to NBC News. I started taking a selfie every single day, and never stopped. Cornellier, who lives in Montreal, estimates he missed between 50 to 75 days total in the 7-year span on days when he was just too busy to squeeze it in.
Aging is a fierce b-word that deepens the lines on your face, sags the skin on your body and grays the hair on your head. All in the name of accruing wisdom! The thing with aging though is that it literally takes years to see its effect. Well, this incredible time lapse fast forwards the process and shows what a girl would look like as an old woman. The video called Danielle was made by filmmaker Anthony Cerniello. It's not your traditional take on aging though. Unlike others who literally take a picture every day of their life to document growing up, Cerniello cleverly used animation along with photography to speed up the process. Cerniello worked with photographer Keith Sirchio to take pictures of his friend Danielle's family. He found relatives that had similar bone structure with each other and then had animators Nathan Meier and Edmund Earle animate and morph the still photographs together so it would mimic a time lapse video of aging. It's combining the faces of family members into the story of one single make believe person.
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