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Stop-motion photography using my Canon 20D

 
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Jul 25, 2010 21:32 |  #1

I've been exploring many creative avenues with photography. I love this art form; it's theraputic in providing total freedom to express a variety of thoughts and ideas visually. I decided to finally put iMovie (Apple) to use after having it for over a year.

Stop-motion photography has always been interesting in me; it reminds me of the traditional method of motion pictures. I put together a short film entitled, "Casting Call', with about 1000 grainy B&W photographs. I used my very trusty Canon 20D with EF 28-105mm lens. I few images in the beginning of the film were used with my 'nifty-fifty' EF 50mm. After learning the editing functions of iMovie, I scaled down my shots and created my first peice.

Again, this is my first!

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http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=vOuDNCTd8-Q (external link)


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Canon AE-1 (35mm)~~~www.introvertimages​.net~~~

  
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Jul 25, 2010 21:49 |  #2

ahh man! very well put together, and well thought out .. I really enjoyed the sound-track and can't imagine all the hard work involved .. bravo!

how long did this take you from first planning to you-tube?

Once again .. bw!


  
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Jul 25, 2010 21:59 |  #3

Wow, thank Tomi! The photographs of the actress was taken in one shot, which lasted about an hour and a half. That alone was over 1000 shots! The beginning is a collection of freelance photographs I took over the last two weeks. I never used iMovie before so it took quite a while to get familiar with the various functions. I hate to say, but editing probably took about three or four hours easily.

Thanks for checking it out and providing your feedback!


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Jul 25, 2010 22:04 |  #4

introvert images wrote in post #10602524 (external link)
Wow, thank Tomi! The photographs of the actress was taken in one shot, which lasted about an hour and a half. That alone was over 1000 shots! The beginning is a collection of freelance photographs I took over the last two weeks. I never used iMovie before so it took quite a while to get familiar with the various functions. I hate to say, but editing probably took about three or four hours easily.

Thanks for checking it out and providing your feedback!

Oh you're very welcome .. and what took you 3 or 4 hours, could easlily have taken me 3 or 4 weeks lol!

Keep up the great work! ;)


  
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