How to make your pictures COME TO LIFE using a CINEMAGRAPH

– What’s up everybody? Peter McKinnon here and today we are talking about how to do a cinemagraph. Cinematography, photography, photograph, cinema, cinemagraph. You see where it, you see where, someone was really thinking about that real hard. (blues music) Pete, what’s a cinemagraph? I will tell you. A cinemagraph is essentially an image where Read more…

How to create a cinemagraph with VSDC Video Editor

Add your footage Playback the video and select a frame for your cinemagraph Click the extra tools button and select ‘Create snapshot’ Add this snapshot to the scene making it cover the video Use the ‘Set the same size as the parent has’ option Add an ellipse from the available shapes on the left Cover Read more…

How to Make Moving Pictures on Your Phone! (Plotagraph & Cinemagraph Tutorial)

– If you’ve seen posts on Instagram like this animated photo and you’ve thought, how do they do that? Well no matter what you call them, cinemagraphs, plotagraphs, or the much more technical name, I like to call them moving pictures, in this tutorial I’m gonna show you exactly how to create moving pictures, or Read more…

Double Exposure Cinemagraph – Photoshop Tutorial

Hello everyone in today’s tutorial we see how to create an awesome double exposure animation or cinemagraph using Adobe Photoshop Alright, so let’s get to it Alright, so let’s go ahead and open Photoshop And then I take the image you will be using or you can use the same image. I’ll be using here Read more…

Make your photos MOVE and COME TO LIFE! Photoshop Tutorial

– What’s up everybody? Peter McKinnon here and today we’re talking about how you can take photos that you’ve already taken and animate them within Photoshop, bringing them to life, making them almost 3D-like. It’s super awesome, it’s a little bit trippy, and it’s actually really easy to do. So, pwah, let’s go! (rock music) Read more…