Wednesday, 28 February 2007

I`ve been playing around with Windows Photo Story 3 which a program that allow the user to stitch photographs into a mini movie.

This program is more straight forward to use than Windows Movie Maker which I`ve used to put the video clips together.

My first attempt is from a backpacking trip in the Yorkshire Dales in 2003; the walk started at Settle Railway Station and finished at Garsdale Railway Station going via Malham, Kettlewell, Aysgarth, Reeth, and Keld.

The whole project took about an hour to put together. These two programs seem to give me plenty of scope to make the static photographs a little bit more life.


  1. interesting tool, i just love the way the blogging fraternity are branching out with all this new stuff.

  2. I've got to admit, George, that I found PhotoStory to be less intuitive than MovieMaker. But not bad for the price, and both are packed with features.

    As you've done, proved you can get better results from photos than just using PowerPoint. Lets all keep pushing the boundaries.