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August 23, 2006 8:28 AM   Subscribe

I don't remember where I saw it, but a week or two ago there was an pretty cool movie that was made by a gal who used no video but combined hundreds of digital photos (stills) made with her (still) digital camera.

You may remember that in the movie she flips off her empty refrigerator. I forget where I saw it linked from and did not save the page. Desparately trying to find it again. I remember that she posted it in her blog and that one of the commenters said that they were now featuring it on the frontpage of their Youtube-cloned site (which I thought was called Vidoo, but I'm not finding anything with that domain name).

While, I'm at it, if anyone has good resources to share on making video/movies from digital stills (still animation), I'm all ears. Thanks!
posted by spock to Technology (13 answers total) 8 users marked this as a favorite
 
More to the second question

Pes
posted by edgeways at 8:37 AM on August 23, 2006


http://patrykrebisz.com/stills/FINAL_movie.html
posted by skrike at 8:37 AM on August 23, 2006


Was it the one in this link? The video is no longer there, but this is the post I thought of when I read your question. There are other, apparently similar videos linked in the thread.
posted by interrobang at 8:38 AM on August 23, 2006


Dunno about the first question, but for the second part, from Photojojo:
How to Make Stop-Motion Video Shorts with Your Digital Camera
posted by inigo2 at 8:38 AM on August 23, 2006


No, I think skrike has it.
posted by interrobang at 8:39 AM on August 23, 2006


Interrobang: I love that Sia video, I have it saved to my desktop and watch it from time to time but this link should work.

I also have another stop motion one Im trying to track down a link for, if I cant find it Ill up it to youtube.
posted by skrike at 8:43 AM on August 23, 2006


Ah. Thanks, skrike.
posted by interrobang at 9:02 AM on August 23, 2006


I put the QT of it here. Some of the links in this page aren't working for me so I can't tell if this has already been answered. I do not remember who the author is or where I saw it. I hope she does not mind the redistribution :\
posted by scarabic at 9:10 AM on August 23, 2006


scarabic: nice work!!! I didnt think my first link was it because there was no flipping off the fridge.

Here is the other video that I was thinking of with good stop motion.
posted by skrike at 9:16 AM on August 23, 2006


Scarabic's got it. Thanks!

I'll keep monitoring the thread for the other stopmotion animation links you may have. Appreciate those too!
posted by spock at 9:19 AM on August 23, 2006


And thanks to inigo2 who not only found it first, but where I originally saw it, and where there is also a link to the creator's blog (just so she gets proper credit):
Jaclyn Campanaro. I think I want to have her babies
posted by spock at 9:24 AM on August 23, 2006


Well, my link was only possible because someone posted about Photojojo either here or in the blue recently... So thanks to metafilter :)
posted by inigo2 at 10:45 AM on August 23, 2006


Along similar lines (raised to the nth power?), Tim Burton's recent film "The Corpse Bride" was shot using stop-motion animation with a Canon 1ds.

(google search)
posted by mhespenheide at 10:21 AM on August 24, 2006


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