Another skill learned! I figured out how to create a .gif in Photoshop using the 100 images from my 1 Motif 100 Ways series, and then I learned how to convert it to a .mp4 file. I spent more time hunting down tutorials and choosing the best one than I did actually working on the .gif. As with everything Photoshop, there are about a dozen ways to do each step. The actual process is remarkably easy as Photoshop has automated most of the steps.
I learned that how you name your files can save you a lot of time. That's one of those things I've heard many, many times before and didn't pay much attention to because it didn't seem to really matter for what I was doing. But I'll need to pay more attention to that in the future. Do you have any advice from your experience naming files? I did them in numerical order. But when I imported them into Photoshop they came up 1, 10, 11....2,20,21... Maybe I needed to name them 001, 002...?
I've had quite a few firsts lately: completed the 100 Day Project (first time I've tried a project like that); first newsletter sent out; first contest hosted and now first .gif from still images. A lot of learning going on here.