This film is composed of 33 individual photographs to create the stop motion effect. There are 2 additional ones at the end. This was a first attempt at stop motion film.
I’ve always wanted to try. I gathered these photographs earlier this week and finally had time and motivation to put it together last night. I would like to make more of these films, but I know it involves a lot of patience, balance and time.
It’s really short, too. I learned that it takes a lot of very small movements of photographs to create a smoother film. I hope you enjoy.
labor of love. i’ve been working on this film for the past few days. footage was filmed in a span of a few years after experiments with color and light. i am really happy with it. it reminded me why i like editing so much. there is just so much you can do with it. i hope it inspires you and please feel free to let me know what you think.
hello everyone and good day, im enjoying this summer while it lasts. summer always goes by so quickly. here’s one of the video projects i did. it’s short and sweet. this was posted and made for the couple’s blog i write for fun when i’m not here doing fun things. you can check it out here. the post for this particular Lake George trip is here, if you’re interested. yay to film and the beauty and freedom of creativity and self-expression. smile <3
hi everyone, i’ve been working on some video projects and felt inspired to create one of the first black & white film roll i used throughout last year and combine it with a poem i wrote, titled “35mm.” the photography post is here if you’d like to see it. here’s my film/video section if you want to see more.
I created a video of the poem, “vermont journey.”