"Thanks a lot to both of you. Strider - I tend to wear black t-shirts while i animate and stand back from the action as the frame is taken, so i'm certain it's not me. Small power fluctuations seem quite probable. After reading how much you…"
"I have used a 40d with Nikon manual lenses for 5 or 6 years. I had everything on manual, but still got flicker which turned out to be caused by the AC power in my area fluctuating by a volt or two. That actually made the lights go…"
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"Have you figured out how to set all the functions of your camera to full manual? You need to not allow it to auto-control any of them - exposure, shutter speed, and color balance. I had to spend some time with the manual learning the various menus…"
"Thanks! Yes, normally I animate using Lego, where the movements are much more restricted, so I wanted to try this sort of thing out. I'm glad you liked the animation, but I completely agree with your comments regarding the puppets themselves.…"
My current setup is: Canon 40D with Nikon-fit Cosina lens attached with an adapter, connected to dragonframe on my mac. The lights I use are (primitive I know, but what's a poor student to do!) fairly ordinary desk lamps. One would have thought I would not be getting any flicker, but alas, I am. I think it must be the desk lamps (unless I'm missing something else!), so wondered if there was a way of not getting flicker through lamps you plug right in to a plug socket? I'm sure I've seen something before but I just can't remember what it is. Any ideas?The best alternative would be to scrap the desk lamps and buy some proper film/work lamps, but that doesn't seem likely in the near future. 10 points to anyone who can solve my problem!!!Many thanks,Marnik@marnikloysenSee More
"Yes, without the interior board glued on and the larger window opening cut out.
That is one of the wall panels from the original set. I'm using as much of it as I can to save time. The panels took too long to make to discard.
"Walls are more in keeping with scale thickness now. Did quite a lot of research this time on old manor and English country houses. Also went out to Wollaton Hall (Wayne Manor in the last Batman film) to get up close to the walls and doors of…"
Sorry, premature tap.
Can't blame you for not wanting to undertake a major rebuild. I could have carried on with what I had but several things were nagging at me so much that, for peace of mind, I had no choice.
"Agreed, practicalities weren't in it when he wrote the poem. The shutters, lattice windows, the bust above the door and that light, especially the light. Cheat I will, however, if required.
Are you referring to Sceneboard? I wanted to try…"
"Dennis - I don't think Poe gave much thought to the practicalities when he wrote it! He has the shutter opening, and shutters do open outward. And a bust of Pallas above the door - what a weird place for it. And he says…"
My current setup is: Canon 40D with Nikon-fit Cosina lens attached with an adapter, connected to dragonframe on my mac. The lights I use are (primitive I know, but what's a poor student to do!) fairly ordinary desk lamps. One would have thought I…Continue
I'd been experimenting with the possibilities of slow motion and how to achieve that slick, ultra slow look in stop motion. And after a while of testing, I decided to make a short film to showcase the effect. It is a spoof of all those fancy perfume…Continue
The Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival is proud to announce the official opening of its call for entries for the next edition of the Festival, which will take place on September 26, 27 and 28, 2014. Our submissions deadline has been pushed up this…Continue