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I made some quick stop motions using “I-motion” on my phone, i find this useful for creating quick tries of ideas but i would like to use a DSLR to get better quality animations, even for future tests, to ensure i can see clearly how my ideas are taking shape.

https://scontent-a-lhr.xx.fbcdn.net/hvideo-xaf1/v/t42.1790-2/10749838_10154842582210151_126863179_n.mp4?oh=2e9011ac013754e6885e7b4515f4e35f&oe=545B8240

https://fbcdn-video-g-a.akamaihd.net/hvideo-ak-xpa1/v/t42.1790-2/10518462_10154843511510151_139954001_n.mp4?oh=9a6fbf760377b9ebab6c09311f0a4d69&oe=545B846C&__gda__=1415283136_0eb7c18ea0488483d3ee2707143010b6

https://fbcdn-video-a-a.akamaihd.net/hvideo-ak-xpa1/v/t42.1790-2/10695694_10154842476535151_685600696_n.mp4?oh=5b4d63e6dcaee6ceebd178a3bbdd9ed3&oe=545B8454&__gda__=1415283224_ebad38538c11234f148d01d008143aec

What i learnt from this exercise:

1. get a tripod, or rest your camera on a solid object so that your videos aren’t shakey

2. take more shots than less, i didn’t realise 6 images only made 1 second of film!

3. move objects very small spaces and gradually, because then your animation will seem smoother

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