Teaser for Band’s Album Shows How Shadows and Light Transform the Human Face

Hypnotic work by Nacho Guzman

French electronic music group Opale got director Nacho Guzman to make a teaser video for their new album, and it turned out to be a lesson on how the human face changes depending on how light hits it. What's cool about this video is how low budget it is. Guzman used two modest Canon cameras and a Samyang 35mm to shoot it, and the lights are 10×10 LEDs that were rotated around the model's face on a ring. Go ahead and mute it while you watch, though, because Opale's lackluster minimalism doesn't do this video any favors. Via The Denver Egotist.

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