Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with filters and color, part of Getting Started with Stop Motion Animation.
…Let's try something a bit different where we shoot in reverse.…We're going to have the banana on the plate here…form up and go from an open banana where…it's already been eaten, to one that goes back…to the whole banana with the knife and plate intact.…Now it's a lot easier to shoot this backwards because, after all,…once you've cut up a banana, they're pretty hard to glue back together.…We get this sort of experimental thing going,…and I like the composition of the camera here.…Lets just lock that shut off, that same trick…with the rubber band, so the zoom lens doesn't move.…
Looks good, and as I look at the image on…the screen, while I like it, its not quite experimental enough.…Fortunately, iStopMotion has some in app effects to process the image.…Lets try some tilt shift effects and color effects.…Looking at the image here, the back drop is a really clean crisp…light, and it just doesn't have the same feeling that I want to go for.…I want to bit of a nostalgic, color-graded feel that's a bit warmer and golden.…
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- What is stop motion and how does it work?
- Stop motion vs. time lapse
- Shooting stop motion with a tablet or smartphone
- Lighting your environment
- Directing the animation
- Working with filters and color
- Shooting in reverse
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Understanding Stop Motion
2. Choosing the Gear
3. Building a Scene
4. Shooting Stop Motion on iOS
5. Shooting Stop Motion on a Computer
6. Assembling the Stop Motion on the Desktop
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