As I have mentioned earlier, a friend and I had a holiday recently and part of it was at Uluru. We arrived in time to view the sunset and I took some photos. We were advised to take photos every 5 minutes or so, to get good pictures of the changing colours of the sun on the rock. Unfortunately, I hadn't thought to take a tripod with me, so I had trouble getting the photos very similar. It also got darker (surprise, surprise) and I had to have longer exposures for the later pictures which made it harder to hold still.
When I looked at them later, I realised I could have had a lovely sequence of images that I could make into a little movie. So I gave the matter some thought and decided that I could hone some Photoshop skills and try to manipulate the photos so that they were in the same orientation on the canvas of the program. I used the rulers and guide lines to get the photos as close to the same as possible. I had to stretch some images, condense others and tilt others. This then lead to some images having blank spots, so I had to play around with putting in the a fill that is based on the surrounding pixels (isn't Photoshop amazing!). If you look closely at the images you will see a couple where I didn't do it perfectly but I decided that I didn't really care, I just wanted to DO IT. So please forgive the jumping images, there was no earthquake at the time, just my unsuccessful attempts to get the shame shots.
Stuart Cardell. I love the didgeridoo sounds in it.