What was Your Best Film And Your Worse Film!

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  • #440512
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    Tutorial Admin
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    Just Comment Below to Post your Best and Worse Film that you have ever MADE!

    #440622
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    this may be my worst and this may be my best.

    #440682
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    Anna C.
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    Yep. I think I agree on that :-) TwoGuys, may I ask what kind of camera you are using? I like the camera that you used for Lord of the Donuts

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    For the first two LOTD l used my iPod touch as a camera, then I started practicing with a Canon Rebel XTi, but if I use that, onion skinning is not available, because the camera is a DSLR. I can cope with that. I don’t need onion skinning. In fact, it’s been forever since I’ve used onion skinning. The best thing about this camera is that the memory card slot is broken, so no one can use it except myself, because I’m the only one in our family that has special software that grabs the image from the camera regardless of any presence of a memory card.

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    Anna C.
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    I never knew that onion skinning is not available for DSLR. Thanks for the trivia TwoGuys! By the way, can you tell me what is the special software that allows you to take pictures without a memory card? I think I can use it someday 😀

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    Actually, onion skinning is not available to DSLR because they have no live view support. And the software I use is actually my frame capture program, iStopMotion 3, for Mac. Right now it’s around $50 but when I bought it, it was about $30

    #440718
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    Anna C.
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    Thanks for the info :-) Is there a Windows version as well?

    #440724
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    TwoGuysBrickfilms
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    No, unfortunately.

    #440750
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    i am working on one it will be my best i never posted my worst

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