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Jaw dropping Cinemagraphs (Part 1)

Cinemagraph? Yeah maybe this word is new for you, but I am damn sure you will hear this word again and again in the future. Cinemagraph is a new technique in which we can create an image with movement.

You may be wondering what is difference in general gif images and these Cinemagraphs, Cinemagraphs look like image but having particular moving area similar to video.

This concept brought by Jamie Beck (fashion photographer) and Kevin Burg (graphic artist and designer). According to Miss Beck ‘Cinemagraph is something more than a photo but less than a video’. Here we collected 15 jaw dropping and amazing Cinemagraphs for you.

These images are big in size, so please grab a cup coffee and wait for few seconds. We will publish remaining Cinemagraphs tomorrow as a Part 2.

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Cinemagraph 15

Cinemagraph 1

Cinemagraph 2

Cinemagraph 3

Cinemagraph 4

Cinemagraph 5

Cinemagraph 6

Cinemagraph 7

Cinemagraph 8

Cinemagraph 9

Cinemagraph 10

Cinemagraph 11

Cinemagraph 12

Cinemagraph 13

Cinemagraph 14

25 comments
Mario Lat
Mario Lat

Hello Suraj. I was so fascinated by this your cinemagraph post that I keep coming back on your site. I hope you don't mind that I reblogged some of your work, all linked to this site of course. I'm not so sure I did the right thing. My friend, if there is any problem with it, please inform me at once and accept my apologies. But I am so awed by all these. Thanks for sharing.

Dzinepress
Dzinepress

so much beautiful and love to learn on this techniques if someone share useful tutorials to me. thanks

Anon
Anon

'Animated gifs' is what they are called, and they been around a longgggggggg time;)

V S Bhatnagar
V S Bhatnagar

Your connection with the creator is very strong! Great work. God Bless you

RickRisk
RickRisk

This is just amazing. Does anyone know where can I learn about the tecnique?

Satish
Satish

Wow Man ! how the hell did u made this ? cool man i love all the wallpapers they are really beautiful and i never saw them before. i like the train and pendent wallpapers man :) awesome :D

Tim
Tim

Really impressed. I'd never heard about this technique before, and it's awesome. Seems really versatile, as well. Some of the images have a really other-worldly feel to them, especially the monikafemme one, which I loved. And some look like really nice, eye-catching adverts that I could easily see being used on many commercial websites. Off to see Part 2!

Mario Lat
Mario Lat

Whoah! Simply stunning! Luvett! :)

Sunalini Rana
Sunalini Rana

Its looking like as if I am watching Harry Potter and he is watching his parents' portrait.

Dmitry @ Easy ways to make money online
Dmitry @ Easy ways to make money online

Look amazing, as far as technology wise it is still looped gif images but in much higher quality the first one is about 300K. I am wondering how do they make them – take pictures with high high-speed sensitive camera and then glue them together or animate only certain part of the image.

Alan
Alan

Absolutely amazing pictures !!!

woman
woman

...photos look terrific! I'm really impressed. I'm already subscribed to this feed.

sudheera
sudheera

wow amazing , simply stunning , mind blowing !!!!

suraj
suraj

Yeah images are large in size, that's why we divided post in two parts. You can check our second part where we also included video tutorial for creating these cinemagraphs.

suraj
suraj

Hey Felipe, you have really nice collection! thanks for sharing it with us.

felipe pagani
felipe pagani

you are welcome... it's something I've been working for a few months, trying to get the right balance and technique. ;-)