When you have a vision for a creative idea, it can sometimes take a long time to bring it to fruition. Or in this case, 22 months, 1,357 hours, 30 people, and 288,000 jelly beans. That’s a terrifying proposition for a three minute music video but Kina Grannis was keen and director Greg Jardin had the vision.
“How many frames is it?” “You don’t want to know.” 2,460 frames, individually shot. That means every 12 frames of work equalled only 1 second of video. And each time she was in the shot they had to keep her looking consistent from frame to frame. Stellar effort and great music!