Time is on my side

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Law School of Upper Canada

I was about to go to bed tonight when I hit a string of images from the Law School of Upper Canada. I flipped through them fairly swiftly as this was not my typical area of interest but the flickering images ended up being interesting, interesting enough that I attempted to capture it above in animated gif format.

After downloading 20 portraits, I used Photoshop’s File>Script>Load Files Into Stack and was able to create the gif in about 6 minutes. It is a chunk of my life I’ll never get back but I made a small thing that I found interesting and I learned a bit as well. What’s more I put it out there for the wide world which is big enough that someone else may find it interesting as well.1

I think quite a bit lately of all the time I really wasted with work that did far less than this. These little things will add up. It is important to value that time and that element of inspiration.

1 I’ll let the Law School of Upper Canada know about it for sure. 🙂

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4 thoughts on “Time is on my side

    1. The rough similarity of placement and eye location makes it work pretty well. I was surprised how easy it was to set up. I’m tempted to do a longer version with a little more intent in the layering.

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