How Vine turned this photographer into a stop motion animator

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Browse through Meagan Cignoli's Vine feed and it's clear that she's a pro when it comes to stylized six second videos. The New York City-based creative spent ten years as a photographer before her career changed forever after discovering Vine. At the time, Cignoli was moving apartments and frequently rearranging furniture. Each time she switched up a room, she would take a photo, eventually compiling them for a stop motion video. It wouldn't take long for these videos to explode in popularity, and Cignoli has never looked back.

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