Friday, September 23, 2011

Cinemagraphs

Hi Everyone!

The other day I came across on the net a picture that totally blew me away...I was intrigued and had to know how it was done. They are know as cinemagraphs...They are a combination of still images and animation, created with some video footage and the Photoshop CS5 program.

I just had to share some cinemagraphs I found by photographer Jamie Beck...Hope you enjoy.





Aren't they amazing?...I'd just love to make my own...Now if I can only get my little hands on this Photoshop CS5 program.


Wishing everyone a beautiful weekend.




Hugs and Kisses,

28 comments:

d e l i g h t said...

Those are fabulous!! Thanks for sharing them!

stefanie said...

wow~~~those are great!

Passionate for White said...

Very cool. I'll bet it won't be long before we'll be seeing this on some of our favorite blogs.. YOURS perhaps!?!?!

Ido said...

This is so cool Ana, thanks for sharing!
Have a wonderful weekend!
XXX Ido

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

Those are really cool! I hope you can create some yourself! Good luck!~Hugs, Patti

Nicole said...

That is too cool. I love the first one especially!! Thanks for posting!

xo
Nicole

Sunny said...

Very Harry Potter!

Marydon said...

Awesome, Ana! Hadn't seen this before. What fun to create ...

Have a beautiful weekend.
TTFN ~
Hugs,
Marydon

Cindy said...

Hello my sweet friend,
Oh my goodness! Those are fabulous. You can do those, you do the before and after roll over photos, which I have no idea how to do.
Hugs, Cindy

June said...

SO COOL! This looks like fun Ana.
Speaking of fun, I loved all of your darling pumpkins you've been 'picking' lately sweet friend!
sending hugs...

Petite Michelle Louise said...

VERY cool!

Linda said...

So cool.....wish I knew how to do this and I wonder if I can do this with CS4.

Red Rose Alley said...

Those are so cool!! I really enjoyed coming over and seeing them.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

Gina said...

So very cool! Even if I got my hands on that program, something tells me that I'm so technologically challenged, I still wouldn't be able to figure out how to make a cinemagraph! :D

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Ana, these are too cool. I want to learn how to make them, too. Thanks so much for sharing them with us!

Gwendolyn said...

Awsome! I love the shoe picture.
Blessings always~

Willow said...

Love the pictures, especailly the street light. Wish I could do that too.

Franka said...

O yes I love her images too!

Just have a look!
http://meinedinge.blogspot.com/2011/09/from-me.html

Have a wonderful weekend!
♥ Franka

A Cottage Muse said...

So cool Ana!
Love the flickering lamplight!

I wonder if this is what Sarah uses over at A Beach Cottage?

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

WOW! Can't wait til you start doing this!! ;)

And, I was fascinated by your 'roll the arrow over the photo for a change' trick!! That is VERY COOL!! You are always making me want to learn some new things! I love that. blessings ~ tanna

Katherines Corner said...

how wonderful and creative! Hugs

Kerri said...

That is awesome! Don't ya just love modern technology?!! Its amazing!

I want that silver bracelet ;)

xoxo
Kerri

bikim said...

GORGEOUSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!
happy week,
Rosa

notes of sincerity said...

Those are just amazing! I was first glancing at the photos before reading and thought my mind was playing tricks on me. ha ha ha! :o) The lantern is so charming!!
Have a lovely week.
Sincerely, Trish

Julie Marie said...

Hi Ana, those are really incredible! I love the one with the shoes!... and your sweet pumpkins in your previous post are just adorable!... your petite cottage always looks so inviting, and now especially for Fall, my most favorite Season of all!... love to you, xoxo Julie Marie

Elizabeth and Gary said...

Wow! so cool....That would be fun to make for sure.. very creative.
Have a sweet day...I hope all is well with you!
Big hugs, Elizabeth

Irma@CosasBellas said...

OMGosh that would be way over my head stuff. lol there's a free 30 day trial you can get @ www.photoshopsupport.com/photoshop-cs5/free-trial/photoshop-cs5-free-trial.html
you're really good at this stuff, I'm sure you'd have no problem mastering it in no time.

Mucho Amor,
Irma

Mike said...

I remember seeing this once and thinking it was really cool. Ana thanks for sharing some of these. They are really beautiful.