Printing 700 Shirts front and back in 3 minutes and 21 seconds…

In the many hours it takes to print 700 shirts front, then back, your mind wanders. The concept for this video was to have a time lapse of stils from my Nikon D700 shooting from a single location. But, as it turns out, the longer I printed, the more ideas I came up with, and the better I got at creating motion. Each night I would put together what I shot and although not an exciting job to print, per say, making the video kept poking my creative button. Stick around to the end of the video. I spent about 25hrs thinking up the grand conclusion. Special thanks to Tom Clark for helping one night. Special Special thanks to my wife Renee for cooking my dinners and keeping my Diet Mountain Dews flowing.


14 thoughts on “Printing 700 Shirts front and back in 3 minutes and 21 seconds…

  1. Well done. When you’ve got a minute please stop by. I’ve got a bunch of stuff in my basement/garage/closets/trunk-of-car that could use a good talkin’ to.

    Seriously though, super excellent.

  2. I seriously loved this. It made me think how difficult it would be to accomplish this using pictures only. Wow! Hope liked it too. She asked me to play over several times.

  3. After watching that video, something inside wants to order 700 t-shirts and have a graphic printed just so I can have my own video made!

    way to go! I like how they were inanimate objects to begin, and as the shirts were processed they were given a life, and then had a life of their own, very creative giving life to the t-shirts…and then to give them commands! –Wow!

    • All stills were taken by setting my Nikon with a timer on a tripod. Pics were taken in different intervals (i.e. 1 sec, 3 sec, 5 min, 15 min etc.)

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