"More than a photo, but not quite a video." Fernando J Baez sayed.
I am new here . Actually i am using Gimp for first time too. Also i don't know, if this topic has to be here or if my Question was asked before. (i search for it, but i didn't find anything)
Why am i here? Like the title says, because of Cinemagraphs.
I don't know, if there is someone, that doesn't know, what i am talking about. Because of this reason i will explain underneath.
My English is not so good to write, that's because i will copy for you some things, that i found about it.
''Those ancient animated images are receiving a new lease on life, thanks to a little something called cinemagraphs.
This is actually just a fancy name for an animated GIF, but specially designed with a purposeful artistic goal. One photographer, Fernando J Baez, describes the technique as "more than a photo, but not quite a video." The intent is to augment, or draw attention to, certain aspects of an image through localized animation — for example, a breeze blowing through a subject's hair — and masking the remainder of the animation to appear static. It's by no means a new phenomena, but the technique is a little more involved than creating your average meme-worthy GIF, and can produce some incredibly cool results. (text found here; Link 1
Cinemagraphs are commonly produced by taking a series of photographs or a video recording, and, using image editing software, compositing the photographs or the video frames into a seamless loop of sequential frames, often using the animated GIF file format in such a manner that motion in part of the subject between exposures (for example, a person's dangling leg) is perceived as a repeating or continued motion, in contrast with the stillness of the rest of the image. (text found on Wikipedia)
A cinemagraph is a GIF that presents itself as a photo but presents only a few subtle details in motion.''
and here you can see, what i mean.
So after the explanation, what am i talking about, comes my question.
I am really interesting about this kind of photos. But unfortunately, i don't know to use Gimp.
I was wandering, if anyone knows, how to make this kind of photos using Gimp. And if so,it would be so nice to make a Tutorial about it.
Thanks in advance!
Ps. Google and Youtube show plenty of tutorials, that don't seems to require to be adapted to Gimp. However, if you know some links, that they show how to make cinemagraphs with Gimp, would be nice to share them too.
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CINEMAGRAPHS animated GIF using Gimp
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