Here’s a fun stop-motion edit from one of the trips I was guiding in January this year with Powder Detours to Asahidake – one of my favourite spots in the whole of Japan.
Stop-motion edits are super-easy to put together. All you need is a decent DSLR camera with a reasonable shots-per-second frame rate. Set your image size and quality to medium and jpeg medium, and shoot a few thousand stills. Then drop them all into Final Cut Pro with the appropriate settings. Add title cards, music and remove any unwanted sets of images… done. Easy!