Make a collage of something growing up, or growing bigger. Now this takes some time-you must have some video footage of the object, person, pet, etc. growing older. It can be a stop motion of a plant, or if you have puppy pictures and now a full sized dog, put them all together and make a collage of it! Be creative!

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This is my dog, Thor. My family adopted him in July 2017 when he was around a year old. He has grown so much since we adopted him, and I thought it would be fun to make a video about it!

In order to make this video, I imported all of the photos from my phone to my computer. In iMovie, I was able to just select pictures and videos straight out of my photos. All of the photos are in consecutive order so you can watch Thor get bigger and cuter.

At first, I was going to make a video showing my cats growing up. We adopted them in August 2015, so there were many, many photos and videos. I only had the first two years of them in a project, and it was already like five minutes long. I did not want the video to be that long, and it was hard to take out pictures, so I decided to show my dog growing up.

Screenshot of progress in iMovie

A challenge with making this video was trying to get the video at a good length. I did not want it to be too long and lose people’s attention, but I wanted it long enough to show him slowly growing up. I decided to keep the video as long as the song playing in the background (“Hound Dog” by Elvis Presley). In order to download the song, I used a YouTube to mp3 downloader.

I had a lot of fun making this video. It was fun to look at old pictures and see how much my dog has grown in the last (almost) two years. I hope you enjoyed the video!

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