I am taking a picture a day of someone, with the aim of obtaining an animation in a few months. The person is more or less always in the same pose, but of course there are minor variations day by day.
What I would like to do is to mark some reference points in each picture in order to help some software animate smoothly.
I am thinking of using a morph editor, but I wonder whether the morphing will create an uncanny valley effect. Maybe that would be less apparent if each picture only lasts a fraction of a second. In any case, I would need an editor that allows morphing hundreds of pictures, instead of just two.
Or maybe I should look into some video editor, put the frames and do some manual adjustments? I am a programmer, so the option of writing some custom code is also fine. Every suggestion on how to create this short animation is welcome.
Ideally, I would like to use some software available on Mac, but also using Linux (desktop) or Android is fine.