Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Stop Motion: Animated Photos

Stop motion is an animation technique to make a physically altered objects appear to move on its own.
The subject moves slowly with a continuos shutter which captures alot of frames back to back (depending on the fps of your camera model)
When the series of frames is played as a continuous sequence it creates the illusion of movement.

For my students' final project, they are grouped & need to come up with a stop motion movie with a subject of their choice.
This video was one of my favorites this term.
It took alot of effort & I was personally surprised by the outcome because i was brainstorming with this particular group the week before trying to talk them through what they need to do for this sequence cause i thought it was going to be way too complicated.
I underestimated them.
Enjoy:)


3 comments:

Nermeen said...

Wow this is fantastic! Such a joy to watch.
I didn't know you taught! It must be such a joy to see your students coming up with such creative artistic work!
Well done!
Post more... I Love Stop Motion photography
xxx

TOOTA said...

AMINA NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO WAAAAY tht is soooo coooool.
i think these are the ones u told me abt..
VERY IMPRESSIVE BEGAD..

Amina said...

@ Numnum, yeah i teach architecture photography @ AAST
& yeah i am proud when they challenge their creativity & the outcome is this good:)
@ Toota yes they are very impressive fa3lan