Cinemagraphs is a process in which subtle motion is given to the still photographs which makes those look like live photographs having movements. Cinemagraph is an art which attracts photographers, challenging them to try their hands to reimagine the still photographs we see. These Cinemagraphs are animated GIF files like any ordinary motion sequence files, but have extraordinary subtle motion in comparison of normal GIFs. This new technique of ‘cinemagraphy’ was only discovered by U.S. photographers, Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck as recent as early 2011. Experience the amazing world of cinemagraphy and give us your thoughts on still photos with subtle motions using comment form below the article.
Due to animations, these files are in large size hence take more time to load in comparison of normal images, so you’re advised to wait until images load perfectly to experience the cinemagraphy.