this video of birds rapidly swarming the sky cannot be unseen - solid color window film
Anyone who has seen the bird knows that a large number of small animals can be disturbing.
Anyone who is really disturbed by Hitchcock's classic movie may not want to watch the video below.
Inside, more and more birds criss over the sky, with the weird buzz of Donna's distorted version of the summer anthem, "I Feel Love.
"It took an hour to fly from Parker Paul on Vimeo.
Take a deep breath, birds and animals.
Only the first wave of birds in the movie is true.
To make the film, photographer Paul Parker shot an hour outside Cornwall, England.
He then used the natural green screen feature of the sky to "clone" real birds to create the effect of taking over birds quickly. (
Any solid color background can work as a green screen, as long as the color is not found in the foreground of the lens. )
Unfortunately, Parker did it.
Now, you have to forgive us when we curl up in the position of a fetus and dream cat pounce on sparrows, Partridge hunting, etc.