1. RigWheels Portable Dolly / Slider Wheels are a simple and sleek way to add motion to your images utilizing the support equipment that you may already own. Because RigWheels can mount directly to your camera rig or other support platform with one bolt, they are the easiest and most portable way for you to add smooth camera movement to your arsenal. RigWheels along with any nearby piece of pipe, glass, plexiglass, laminate, track or other smooth surface can give you the same seamless smooth motion as other options that cost hundreds more.

    Visit rigwheels.com for more information.

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  2. Create a super slow motion effect from images in After Effects! All you need is two or more photos to create this effect. Pixel Motion is used in After Effects.

    Please bestow a ♥ like or leave a ✉ comment if you have questions!

    0:18 - Slow Motion From Photos Example
    1:00 - Tutorial Start (tips and important information)
    2:51 - How to Create Slow Motion From Pictures (method explained)

    http://devowe.com/slow-motion-from-pictures-after-effects-tutorial/

    ☞ TIPS:

    ✏ Rotate around your subject - your axis of rotation should be around the subject in the photo.
    ✏ Choose subjects with little background detail to achieve the best Pixel Motion effect.
    ✏ Keep the motion between images very, very subtle. Practice rotating around your subject once or twice before you take the picture.
    ✏ Remember to have your camera on manual EVERYTHING: Aperture, Shutter, Focus, and White Balance. This will ensure the fastest multi-burst from your camera (DSLR or point-and-shoot). If you are shooting at a higher ISO, turn off in-camera noise reduction.
    ✏ Rename your files to numbers or alphabetical order - After Effects sometimes won't create a proper JPEG sequence with filenames such as "IMG_9738.JPG". In this example, I renamed my photos by chopping off the first 5 characters (making the filename "738.JPG") with a file renamer.
    ✏ Resize your images to your output WIDTH (1920 for my project). I created an action in Photoshop that automates everything. This will speed up your overall production and processing time.

    ☞ You can also use this method by zooming into your subject (instead of rotating) while shooting the images. Do this by either zooming with the lens, or physically stepping closer to your subject. Remember your manual focus here.

    UPDATE: How to resize your photos/images:
    ✏ Download my Photoshop preset: http://bitly.com/resize-for-1080p-HD
    ✏ Follow the included instructions

    REMEMBER that the photos you run through this Photoshop action WILL be overwritten. What I do is create a new folder called 'resized', copy my originals into it, then run the Photoshop action on the 'resized' images folder. After that, I chop off the first five characters of the filename with a file renamer such as File Renamer Basic (http://bit.ly/File-Renamer-Basic).

    To see other After Effects tutorials (including 60p to 24p Slow Motion Conversion, SUPER Slow Motion, TRUE Color Correction, and more), go to:
    After Effects & Premiere Tutorials from devowe.com

    http://devowe.com/

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