DIY: Stop Motion Animation – Animate Your Still Images

Do you find that your still photographs are a little still sometimes? Do you ever wish that you could give them a little movement? Stop motion animation is a fun way to bring old photographs to life. For this project you will need, some scissors, some images to cut up, a tripod a DSLR camera and some video editing software (Windows Movie Maker, Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro will ...

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Transform your images from your DSLR into a flick book

Cave men are thought to have tried to capture the illusion of motion, by drawing bison - with many legs, on the walls of their caves.  But it wasn’t until the clever Victorians, that we managed to transform photographs into moving images. One of the earliest devices able to replicate motion, was the humble flick book. This natty little device, stacks sequences of images together, which when ‘flicked,’ created ...

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