#1. Go through audio in Audacity first, and get your audio bits placements down to the .25 of a second BEFORE shooting the pictures.
#2. Have a more specific plan. Know how many frame you need, how many pictures it will take, and over plan. It is easier to take out then to add in later.
#3. Make all pictures the same size. that way when you get them into Afer Effects you can resize them all at once and it doesn't look as jumpy cause they aren't all the same.
#4. Watch the little things (like set peeling) while you are shooting. You can't fix everything in post, and it is a pain in the ass to do when you don't have professional grade equipment.
#5. Don't skip sleep. that was a BAD idea. All last weekend I got maybe 6 hours of sleep. Last night about 6pm I crashed. And slept until 9:30 this morning. Probably contributed to some of the choppiness of the final product.
It was a FUN project, and I plan on working more on the One Tiny Thing video this week. I so love doing this. Now I just need to find a way to get paid for it....