I’m going to use the work of Robin Rhode to illustrate each way I teach.
Rhode uses the dissolve function to switch between images –giving the effect that he is in fact moving.
If we log into Final Cut, and drag & drop our images, we can repeat them and space out the timing for each image (usually less than a second per image, unless it contains text) to our liking.
The THIRD way, is super simple-quick-easy, and can be found -> HERE. In this way, I used SKITCH to take screen shots and write on them –then inserting them in order… It’s probably not recommended for an entire video, but it works nicely for a quick clip.
Although there are MANY ways in which we can create Stop-Motion Photography, and these are only two… These will get the job done! So, explore –figure out even more, better, greater ways to do this and share with us all!