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Frame by Frame Stop Motion by Tom Gasek

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Exercise 2Rotating Human Subjects

This exercise is best when you have the availability of many people, and it can be used as a workshop or class event. You need a single-frame camera, like a digital video camera or a dslr still camera with a 35 mm lens. A tripod is absolutely essential to mount your camera on. It is also important to tape down and bag your camera and tripod, because your human subjects may get close to the camera and bump the tripod, ruining your shoot. There are all sorts of variations on this concept, but I run through one approach and you can take the idea and expand on it. Once again, having a computer near and connected to your camera that is equipped with a capture software program like Dragon makes a huge difference in ...

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