The WWF Parallax Video Stitches Photos Together to Create a Vivid Experience

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: • References: worldwildlife.org & petapixel
The expertly crafted WWF Parallax video is composed entirely of still photographs from the company's archives. The slow-motion video is produced by Make film productions and features candid shots of some of the world's most exquisite animals in their natural habitat.

Each scene features snaps from various time periods that designers digitally stitched together to create fluid movement that appears seamless in the finished product. The images used include icon shots of some of the world's most endangered animals including polar bears, birds and several exotic felines.

The World Wildlife Federation is notorious for creating projects that allow the audience to bask in the grand surroundings that is nature and further the understanding of humankind's place in the equation. The dramatic soundtrack to the video is by Snow Patrol and adds further intensity to the films astounding experience. Stats for Iconic Image Videos Trending: Older & Mild
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