“What is Life?” is a creative stop motion animation created by a group of students at the MAPS Film School in South Australia, featuring the responses of people around the world who were asked that three-word question. Every single frame in the video is an individual light-painting photograph drawn with lights and torches and captured through a long-exposure shot.
I can only imagine the amount of time and work that were put into making this video. Assuming each shot took about 15-30 seconds in exposure, then add a another minute or two in between each shot, plus correction etc… the movie could have very well taken weeks, if not months, to finish. THIS, is how you make a video go viral, and a name for yourself. Enjoy!