Sunday, July 14, 2013

TVET Animation

During term two of the TVET photography course we did a project involving stop motion animation. This process involves capturing a sequence of images of something happening and stitching them together to create a continuous motion animation. The number of images usually starts between 60 - 300 (one of the students shot 2000 images for her animation)

Below are two examples of the work done by this creative group of high school students.