More Cinemagraph

16th Jan 2012, Monday (5 years ago)

Cinemagraph use a single photograph while adding a living moment within it, these gifs effect have been attracting attention. Today another compilation of animated images from last year, the process taken many hours of editing. Respect this art and love to share it, is good to bring the photograph to life using good old animated gifs!

Sing K, shake shake mama

Sing K, shake shake mama.

Head turned to the left, not tilted

Head turned to the left, not tilted.

The street of fountain

The street of fountain.

Never stop gaming

Never stop gaming.

So boring that you just can't help but look for some funny office.

Meet the donkeys

Meet the donkeys.

Little hamster digging to China?

Little hamster digging to China?

Stretching in the office

Stretching in the office.

Ultimate Lamborghini cleaning day

Ultimate Lamborghini cleaning day.

Black swan

Black swan.

The thoughts of others
  • 17th Jan 2012, 3:03 am
    (5 years ago)

    Your not so still images are quite mesmerizing. What kind of lens / camera were you using?

    • demon said,
      17th Jan 2012, 9:12 am
      (5 years ago)

      Thanks, I using Canon EFS 17-55mm,
      this lens it does a great job especially during the day outside!

  • 18th Jan 2012, 3:06 pm
    (5 years ago)

    Cool.Very cool. I’m quite a fan of this kind of work. Planning any more shoots?

    • demon said,
      8th Feb 2012, 10:32 pm
      (5 years ago)

      Yes, will make cinemagraphs from movies.

  • 8th Feb 2012, 5:37 pm
    (5 years ago)

    Hi! Really nice cinemagraphs! Congrats!. I have one question; how do you work with the last and first frame so the transitions of the loop isnt notice?. Thanks!
    I leave you here my project “A Cinemagraph per week”. Hope you like it!:

    Oier Aso

    • demon said,
      8th Feb 2012, 10:38 pm
      (5 years ago)

      Thanks, for the first frame you just have to reverse the animation in Photoshop. But for last frame, you need to archive the effect with Photoshop and After Effect. I’m sure you can find the tutorial easily on google.

  • Andrew Xue said,
    19th May 2013, 4:18 am
    (4 years ago)


    Are these cinemagraphs made from videos that you shot? If so, we would be interested in purchasing the rights to some of them.

    -Andrew, COO
    Gif Cinema LLC

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