Creating Cinemagraphs in Photoshop
While browsing the internet have you ever come across a still image with moving elements? These images are known as Cinemagraphs.
Cinemagraphs are a magical hybrid of photography and video. They contain subtle motion that plays in a short, never-ending loop, while the rest of the image remains still. The motion highlights a few seconds from the video, blending it seamlessly into the still photo.
You can learn how to create your own Cinemagraph in Photoshop by following these quick & easy steps.
❶ Setup the same beginning & ending frame
❷ Create a transition effect
❸ Add and Edit a Layer Mask
❹ Save the Cinemagraph
Feel free to play around with these settings. Some will work better with colored images some settings are better for Black & White images. The only way to pick the best settings is to find them yourself.
Here’s the final exported gif that we’ve made today. Download the sample video from here and post your creations below.
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