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I'd agree that it's clever and somewhat fascinating to watch but I don't think I'd go so far as to say it almost made me cry - I found it more nauseating than anything, thanks to the rapidly changing images and appearance that the camera is spinning around and around as the shots swiftly move from one to another.
The idea itself is interesting and certainly takes dedication. It's difficult to notice the difference since it occurs over a couple thousand photos, but comparing the first to the last you can see minor differences. I'm interested in seeing the same video at 10 or even 15 years. I enjoyed the song; simple, but conveys a passing of time.
This has to be one of the best videos i have ever seen on the whole of the internets.Thats NO lie either!The tune that accompanied it made it feel almost horrible (in the sense of growing older)It saddened me a little because ageing is a crappy thing, even if it does mean you can "do a little more" in life.I still hate it and i hate evolution, making us suffer >_<Anyway, this guy is pretty cool for doing this.Really good idea, hell i may even copy him! hehe.
I have seen people do this before but not for a span of six years. I was drawn to one thing, his hair. He had some bad hair days.
That was amazing.I love the little details, but there's so much to see in such a short amount of time. The change in location, the placement of objects around the room, his hair, his fashion, his facial hair every so often.Thumbs up from me.
Everything changes but his eyes.
It just made CBS news tonight.Cool!