The official music video for “Gasoline and Matches” written by Buddy Miller and Julie Miller and performed by LeAnn Rimes, Rob Thomas, and Jeff Beck, was shot entirely on iPhones. Director Ian Padgham put together 8,000 still photos for this stop-motion music video spotlighting the song off of Rimes’ Spitfire album.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Padgham says the process was very basic but time-consuming. “There are certainly plenty of applications like Vine that are free that people could use to just do the same thing, shot by shot. It takes a lot of work and thought, but anyone can get a phone or camera and start making their own similar things. I hope it inspires people to do their own stuff. You don’t need a lot of special tools, and it’s getting back to that very simple, very handmade way of producing art,” explained Padgham.
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