Isolated GIF animation


8 Responses

  1. Analeah Ricafranca Analeah Ricafranca

    The first time I saw these cinemagraphs I told myself I will make one someday. And I did! I don't own a DSLR camera so I used my phone camera (work with what you have they say).

    This is my first time, and I realize it's not as clean and as smooth as I wanted it to look but I promise I will do better next time. Hope you like my first attempt. :)

    almost 2 years ago

  2. Analeah Ricafranca Analeah Ricafranca

    And comments on how to improve is always welcome.

    almost 2 years ago

  3. Franz (Taptanium) Franz (Taptanium)

    Awesome :D


    almost 2 years ago

  4. Analeah Ricafranca Analeah Ricafranca

    Thank you @Taptanium :)

    almost 2 years ago

  5. Franz (Taptanium) Franz (Taptanium)

    Hey, I just had to check this out once again. So cool! How does your process look like to create these Cinemagraphs? Did you just looks a couple of still frames from a video or are those based on single photos? Love this concept for simple photos :D

    almost 2 years ago

  6. Analeah Ricafranca Analeah Ricafranca

    Thank you so much! :) The are photos taken using a burst app on my smart phone. Then after transferring all the photos in photoshop I masked the layers above the base layer, isolating the parts I needed to animate. Then loop. The tricky part is I have to loop them seamlessly. I hope I was able to explain to you my process properly. :)

    almost 2 years ago

  7. Giovanni Tancredi Giovanni Tancredi

    mmm the "movie" isn't natural...try with an object that move in real word... ;)

    almost 2 years ago

  8. Analeah Ricafranca Analeah Ricafranca

    You're right, I should choose a subject that's more natural. Thank you for the tip @Giovanni Tancredi! :)

    almost 2 years ago

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