EPCOT in 5,151 Photographs

This is a stop motion project showing one persons travels through EPCOT and around the World Showcase Lagoon. The video took 6 hours to shoot, 12 hours to edit, and required professional software to handle the 5,151 photos that were sewn together into this masterpiece.

Good golly, that was brilliant. I love Disney fans!

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27 thoughts on “EPCOT in 5,151 Photographs

  1. Erin Foster

    This is AWESOME. I attempted something similar at the Magic Kingdom a few weeks ago and was much, much, much less successful. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=494ToHCOcpg Great collaboration between photographer and subject. The feet-planted idea is terrific. And the changing music in the countries is wonderful too.

    Well done!

  2. Mer

    That was tons of work .
    The outcome is magnificent.
    I shared it on Facebook. Everyone needs to apprecaiet this work,

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  12. Charlie Smith

    Totally Awesome! Brought back a lot of memories for me. I especially loved the background music transitions.

  13. Larry

    Loved it! I also noticed the changing soundtrack matched to each country in the World Showcase. BRILLIANT!

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  20. Phil Laidler

    Wow – this is amazing! so much better than the usual videos.
    Now I just need to know where I can get myself a pair of those hover shoes!!

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