Stunning and Colorful Little People Music Video Uses Mostly In-Camera Effects
Conceptually, it's a cool story about a world where memories are stored on disks, in this case a 1.44 MB floppy disk. Visually and production-wise, what's most impressive is that Adam Amaral's music video for Little People's "Aldgate Patterns" has virtually no post-production effects work. Almost everything was done in-camera via projection mapping.
As Amaral tells The Atlantic, "We had four days for the actual shoot, which at first seemed like plenty of time, but there was a lot to do, so it turned out being kind of crazy. Building the geometric hut out in the heat of the Mojave probably took the longest. From there it was 20-hour workdays, filled with constant time-lapses and all-night projection-mapping excursions...A big goal of mine was to keep everything as practical as possible, so pretty much everything you see is in camera. The glitch effects and patterned disk were the only post effects, and they were created in After Effects and Cinema 4D."
Read more here and watch the video below.