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  • Sharon Cardinal

    Animated gif. For reals. From Jamie--@From Me to You photography blog.

  • Gabby White

    French Cafe

  • Heidi Robbins

    animated gifs with one place of movement

  • Katie McGranahan

    Animated GIFs from Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg are brilliant and beautiful. Here's one in New York City.

  • Lulu Grace

    Cafe - Outdoor seating - awning

  • Thirst Studios

    Photographer Jamie Beck and motion graphics artist Kevin Burg may have finally found a way to elevate the animated GIF to a level approaching fine art, with their "cinemagraphs" -- elegant, subtly animated creations that are "something more than a photo but less than a video."

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Saw this a while back, but think the concept is interesting... taking animated GIFs to another level and making it about isolated micro-movements.

Can you smell them Jamie Beck & Kevin Burg

I like how this digital artist created an animated GIF image (to make an otherwise still-photo appear as video in an artistically limited way) .. the term these days seems be be "Cinemagraphs". If it works correctly (barber pole and reflection spins), perhaps I'll share a few others. If not, follow the link to where it was found. You'll see it and many others on the page working. These are by Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg. The barber shop isn't even the best. ~Timo

  • Timothy Oldfield

    The animated portion did not follow through. You'll need to follow it to the source via the embedded link to see it as operational. It might take 10 seconds or so before the many "cinemagraphs" to begin revealing their secrets. Then perhaps as an artist yourself, you'll see why sometimes too much motion can be less and a just a hint can be hypnotic. ;)

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