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Snow Time Lapse
Description: A few still shots were taken to show the snow that accumulated
Description: Photograph of trees, colored in photoshop, animated in Adobe Flash
Description: Originally shot as video. A lot of jumping was done, moving closer after each jump. Then in Adobe Premiere, any frame that wasn't in mid-air was removed. The video was exported into Photoshop, where the spinning effect was applied.
Description: Still-shot image animated in Photoshop.
Description: Stop-frame animation
Description: Video was shot and then the frames were removed in Photoshop
Description: This is how I feel whent he alarm goes off. The image was created with video and photoshop.
Descriptiont: The capturing of a simple moment as two trucks crossing a bridge. It was produced with video and photoshop.
Description: Short clip depicting the beauty of rain dripping as it collects on some branches
Description: Image depicts the the flight of some geese. The beauty of their flight formation is quite a scene to watch
Saving the World
Description: Image depicts the removal of an asteroid. Created in Photoshop from a still-shot image.
Description: A still image was place in Flash. It was then exported as a gif file. The concept was to envision extraterrestrial objects floating around in the evening.
Let Me In
Description: Even with the help of a comrade, she couldn't budge the door
Descriptiont: When she gets her tail whipping, there's no stopping her!
Description: Just about anything can be seen on the back roads. [created with video, still shot of cat, and was created in Flash]
Description: Created in Adobe Photoshop and animated in Adobe Flash. From Flash, it was exported as a movie file, then opened back up in Photoshop, where some finishing touches were done. Lastly, in Photoshop, it was converted to a gif file.
Living Room Cruising
Description: Stop-frame animation that was animated in photoshop.
Holiday Cactus Time-Lapse Bloom
Description: Concentrate on watching one bud/flower at a time.