The video attached shows the final product of the tutorial, however it is very open to change and I encourage you to have fun with it and explore the possibilities!
Step 1: The Pictures
I have provided you with 33 pictures, so save all of them onto the desktop and create a folder to contain them. Make sure you save them in order
Step 2: Uploading Into After Effects
1)Open up After Effects
2)Make a new composition, only change the length of the animation to 5:00
3)Go to File> Import> File> and open up the folder that you have recently saved
4)Select the first image (0.1.jpg) Make sure that JPEG sequence and force alphabetical order are checked off, Click open
5)Drag the file down to the timeline
6)Play your animation!
Bellow is an AVI. of what the video should look like so far
Step 3: Speed of Animation
1) For the quickness factor go to Layer> Time> Time Stretch, change it to 400 and click OK
2) Play the animation through
3) You can play around with the speed of the animation to your liking. If you would like to make it even slower, you will have to add more time to your composition.
4)So go to Composition> Composition Settings and add more time in your Duration window. That way you can continue to "time stretch" the video.
The AVI. is a glimpse at how the speed effects the video.
Step 4: Working With Filters
1) I wanted to have a black and white old film look to mine. So I went to Noise& Grain and also Tint in the filters settings and played around with the levels on that. Once I found the look I wanted, I clicked on the stop watch while making sure the timeline srubber is at the beginning, or wherever you wanted the filter to kick in.
2) Feel free to explore with any filters!
Step 5: Exporting and Enjoying!!
1) Go to File> Export> AVI. And OK
2) View your video!!
You can also View mine again