Happy Valentines’s day in Stop Motion – How it is made, behind the scenes
Love is in the air, so Happy Valentine’s day, folks!
Today I’m sharing with you a cool animation in Stop Motion I’ve created for the company I work with, FANUC Europe, in Luxembourg, with the help of my wonderful colleagues.
How it is made – Behind the scenes
This is for me the first time I create something with this technique, stop motion, but I always loved to give it a try as. I find it very fresh and playful, but very effective if you want to spread out a simple message.
Basically is very simple to realize, but you need a lot of patience and, even more important, you should have the complete animation clear in your mind.
The main concept is to place the elements on the stage, take a picture and move on, step by step, frame by frame, and continue. At the end, you will have a big number of still images that, once placed on a timeline, in sequence, will create an animation.
The setting was just a Canon 5D mk III with the EF 24-70mm at 50mm f8 ISO 400, a led light on the side, a remote shutter and lots of creativity and fun.
The camera was fixed on the tripod and looking down in order to have a perfect top view. On the table, I marked the four corners so to always see the frame limits without the need of watching always the camera rear screen.
It took around 3 hours to do the shooting, and another hour for the post editing in Adobe Lightroom first, to export the images in .jpg and then Adobe Premiere for assembling and editing the final video.
And that’s all!
Wish you a lovely romantic cheesy Valentine’s day,
thanks for reading (drop a comment if you like).