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Every Frame of This LeBron Dunk Stop Motion Was Printed, Cut, and Shot

Artist Rudy Willingham created a clever stop motion video of NBA superstar LeBron James dunking. Frames of the dunk were printed, carefully cut, and then photographed while being held in front of a real-world location.

Here’s the short video that resulted from Willingham’s efforts:

Check out Willingham’s Instagram to see more of his work, which often features printed and cut photos.

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