The Planning Phase (~1hr):
Final decision-creating a gif of scanned altered images.
The Photo shoot/Finding Models Phase (~3hrs):
It took a lot of planning to schedule each one of the models to have their own photo shoot. Each model had multiple takes, each take consisted of approximately 15-20 photos. The models tried different movements and sometimes refused to give me permission to use certain takes.
Organizing Phase (~1hr):
I then had to create a reflection of each photo and format the photos correct so that they flowed.
The Printing Phase (~1.5 hr):
Finally I had to print each model’s set of photos. I choose to do them on a grey scale so, that the colors of the model’s close did not distract from the effects.
The Scanning Phase (~4hrs):
I then had to individually scan each photo, some multiple times for repeating frames and mess ups.
Sorting/Aligning Phase (~1hr):
I had to then get photo shop to align each model’s photos properly. Sadly, Josh’s photos would not align enough for the gif to work as it should.
Loading files/Creating gifs/Blogging (~3.5hrs):
Lastly, I had to create each animation. Arranging each frame so that the gif would be an infinite loop.
Look for my upcoming blog post for the final gifs.