Awesome! I think tonight might be a good night to head out to an unpopulated area and take some long exposure night photography. If your camera has a “bulb” or “TV” setting on it, you can take some pretty awesome long exposures too. For those of you who have just a standard point and shoot and not an slr or advanced point and shoot, you might be able to get some decent shots with either candle mode, or fireworks mode if your cameras have them. Just make sure your camera is really still. Tripods are recommended, or you can set the timer to give yourself time to place the camera down on a flat surface and steady it. I’m hoping to see some great blazing meteor shots when I do a search on the interwebs tomorrow. Now get out there and get some awesome photos!
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Ok, so I’m going to begin reading up on how to make more stop motion videos. I will begin by reading the article here. So far I have been able to create this movie, but without having much knowledge on the subject, it’s a bit rough and not the smoothest. The closest transitions I could get using IPhoto were 1 second intervals. I’m going to read up and take a lot more photos to make even cooler videos in the future. If you get a chance, take a look at my friend Cody’s stuff. It’s really awesome!
Here is my
first second attempt. Really choppy. Some of the stills are just thrown in there to experiment with time.
The Soundtrack is from RyanHirschSucks: Not Real Music. Which you can pick up in stores, Nowhere.