“Last Thanksgiving, filmmaker Anthony Cerniello took a trip to his friend Danielle’s family reunion with photographer Keith Sirchio and took portraits of the entire family. Cerniello then scanned each photo, selected family members that had the most similar bone structure and edited them into a stunning time-lapse entitled Danielle. The idea behind the project was to create the perception that ‘something is happening but you can’t see it but you can feel it, like aging itself’.”
If you’d like to see it faster . . . it’s still impressive.