Eadweard Muybridge would loose his shit if he saw this video. Back in 1878 he captured a racehorse in full gallop, with enough frames and detail to not just study the body in motion, but to create the first “motion picture” via a device called a zoopraxiscope. Director Harrys, via OutHere Productions have taken that same primal principle of motion photography to the current, modern equivalent: Behold! A series of glorious shots of people jumping – over fences, into water, but jumping leaving the ground and via the magic of modern cinema their movement is slowed to a fascinating page of next to nothing as they leave gravity behind. It’s a simple idea, but damn, it’s incredible to watch.
Directed by: Harrys
Edited by: David Sherwin
Produced by: OutHere Productions & Federico Sanchez-Llanos