Never let a good beard go to waste.
What a joy it is to watch this video take off and know so many people are getting a good laugh from me pulling celery out of my beard. It has gone viral on YouTube and has been written about by websites and TV stations around the world:
The stop motion video was built over time--lots of time--with an iPhone app called Stop Motion Studio. I edited it further in Adobe Premiere Pro on my PC by syncing it to music.
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-It was inevitable, Magic Beard t-shirts are coming soon. All profits will go to local charity in my hometown, Minneapolis. More detail here when they're available.
"Real happiness lies in making others happy."
If you enjoyed this half as much as I enjoyed making it, I hope you'll pass it along.
Zach Sobiech, 17, of Lakeland, Minn., has been given months to live — he has cancer — and he’s spending much of that time with his girlfriend, Amy Adamle, 17, of Woodbury. “She’s strong enough to share the load with me,” Zach says. “It’s unbelievable. She knows how to say things in a way that fixes everything.”
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The first Minnesota Twins home opener in their shiny new stadium. This video compiles thousands of photographs taken at Target Field using tilt-shift lenses to create the miniature effect."
41-year-old Tracy Mengelkoch is blind and has a mental disability, but none of that interferes with her love of Twins baseball. At games her father dad Jim calls the play by play for her.