Hungarian photographer Attila Lóránt's stop motion short film "3x3 52 486" includes 7,500 images taken in eight countries (Czech Republic, Egypt, Congo, Hungary, Sweden, Turkey, United States of America and Spain) using an iPhone 3GS and 4GS.
The photos were captured over the course of a full year as the photographer, known for his work documenting native cultures, was suffering from maleria disease. Lóránt is also the founder of Disappearing Cultures, a nonprofit organization that aims to document traditional and native cultures through photography, film and audio recordings.
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