David Knight - 20th Oct 2020

LAMAR+NIK bring the sweet, soulful performances of Leon Bridges and Lucky Daye together in a characteristically creative, DIY fashion.

The video for All About You was made using a stop-motion technique known as Stratastencil - the process of multiple frames being hung in a row, resulting in a trailing, tunnel-like effect.

After the artists were filmed separately, in Los Angeles and Texas, all 4,500 frames of video were printed, hand-cut, and photographed frame-by-frame to achieve the tunnel effect seen throughout the video. It's a technique that L+N have employed previously, and have perfected here.

You can watch a very cool BTS video about the intriguing process of the All About You video here

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorLAMAR+NIK
ProducerAustin Barbera
Director of PhotographyAndrew Fronczak
Director of PhotographySpenser Sakurai
Director of PhotographyNick Southcote
CommissionerSaul Levitz
Other creditsWoman: Crystal Southcote Special Thanks: Nichelle Johns, Mason Drumm

David Knight - 20th Oct 2020

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