Originally coined by American photographers, Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck of Ann Street Studio, cinemagraph was a trick that’s used for news and fashion photos back in 2011. It’s a sort of hybrid between a still photography and a video. The entire image remains still except for a particular movement that’s repeated over and over again in just one section. Cinemagraphs are usually saved in GIF format.
You can create your own cinemagraph using editing software which would compose photos or video frames into a seamless loop of sequential frames. It may take a bit of time to learn the ropes, but cinemagraph is a modern form of art that’s worth giving a chance.
To help you along with the learning process, here are 10 amazing and useful cinemagraph Photoshop tutorials to help you create your own cinemagraph the fast, easy and effective way.
Want to learn something new, like hair fluttering in the wind or blinking eyes? These are the perfect parts of the photo to animate as they’re subtle. With this video tutorial, you’ll learn how to do this cinemagraph yourself.
In this Photoshop tutorial, you’ll be taught how to make use of Photoshop frames to process footage, and how to tweak your sequence in order to find the ideal loop for export.
This tutorial will teach you to play around and experiment with various Photoshop action tools so that you can create your own cute shopping cinemagraph like the shopping montage of the 90s.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Photoshop CS6 to create a cinemagraph that’s definitely going to make everyone green with envy!
This awesome image shows a moving skateboard wheel that you can easily mimic in no time, with the help of this tutorial. It makes use of Cliplet to help you create this cinemagraph.
Want to bring life to one of your favorite movie scenes in an entirely different way? Why not give this guide a shot? It will teach you how to make a cinemagraph from a Vimeo video without the need to take pictures.
This cool video tutorial will guide you through the process of creating a cinemagraph in Photoshop, and also tells you all the niceties of using this technique, including how to save the file in the correct format.
With this particular tutorial, all you need is basic Photoshop skills, a tripod, a video camera, Quicktime player, and of course, Photoshop. If you’re armed with that, then you’re all set.
In just 6 easy-to-follow steps, this tutorial will walk you through creating a beautiful cinemagraph in Photoshop.
If you understand the Spanish language, then you might find some use to this fantastic cinemagraph tutorial in Spanish.