Here is a clever thought: what if one could create a stop motion movie that combines thousands of frames each taken by a different photographer. Well, Blipfoto did just that.
They did this using a smart mechanism to keep the frames simple. Each frame constitutes 1/8 of a step. This way each eight photographs combine to create one step.
The resulting film was displayed in the 2010 Edinburgh Art Festival.
The vimeo video states that “[The film was made from] 1205 photographs taken in 21 countries over 40 days, as one film. Featuring ‘Turn’ by Travis, used with kind permission”
You can read more about the project on Blipfoto’s Life.Turns project page, including the clever way Blipfoto used to even out the quantities of each frame.