INTERESTED IN CONTRIBUTING TO THE 90D90 PROJECT
If you blog it... they will come.
So first things first, time to excercize that clicky finger and go on ahead and tell a friend or two about our little project here. We want to share all the things that we find interesting right? So go ahead.. we won't get jealous while you see other websites. We know we're still special right?
Ok we're back to the story,
I took over 3,200 photos with my Nikon D90 in the first 90 Days.
The task of presenting all the things I had shot in that period of time seemed daunting... but after catching up with an old friend from high school, I found one of his shorts that he shot and edited in a similar manner as the film you see above. What inspired me most was when I watched his film, it appeared as though he had the entire stop-motion and plot in mind while he was shooting. I asked him and he said he just put them together and put music over it. I was floored. And then it hit me like a ton of bricks. I had to try it with my 90D90 idea and sure enough, instant masterpiece.
So, what hidden gems do you have hiding in your photo library, try it! It really is simple.
I would love to have more submissions from the Nikon D90 Community, but I extend the idea of 90DAYS to all camera users to enjoy. So please send in your submissions and I will post them here on the site, and my Vimeo Channel
Here are some tips on making your own:
90D90 - Create a time lapse of using all the images of you shot in 90 days
First you must batch export all the photos you have shot for the first 90 days.
One way to do this, in iPhoto is by Creating A "Smart Album" with a couple attributes:
Date : is in the range : (select your date ranges) 9/13/2008 to 12/13/2009 +
Camera Model : is : (select your camera model) NIKOND90
Now Select you new Smart Album and go up to the Top Menu and Select - FILE - EXPORT
You should see a "QuickTime" option.
Select your Width & Height and Frame Length
Remember, film plays at 24 frames per second so if your song selection is 3:44 (224 seconds) you could fill up 5376 frames! Pick a frame length that will sync well with your song length.
Now export and wait for the batch to process and depending on how many frames you shot and how fast your machine is, in about an hour - you will have your 90D90 time lapse-esque video!
Don't forget to add in your music track and any title info you wanna throw in there and Upload your new film to any Video Sharing site like Vimeo, YouTube, Google Video, Blip.tv, Revver & submit your film to 90D90.com
-Adam Scott Paul
creator of 90D90.com
90D90.com is powered by anewidentity.net & vimeo
Resources, Links and more for 90D90.com:
Nikon D90 Club on Flickr
Nikon Digital Learning Center
Tips for compiling your images using iPhoto
Frame By Frame - Free Download Stop Motion Software for Mac
what is 90D90.com?
Based on the idea that 90DAYS is such a widely used and socially accepted block of time.. why? Does it have to do with the seasons? How many ways is 90DAYS used?
Here's a time-lapse of the first 90DAYS of owning a Nikon D90, at which point I started shooting EVERY thing I could.
Music by: edIT
tips on making your 90D90
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