Cinemagraphs are a powerful way of documenting social reality. In this blog post we introduce Mexican artist Óscar Lugo’s series on a country in crisis.
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Gallereplay is introducing all kinds of loop videos with invisible and reversed loops! From hyperlapse and time-lapse to stop motion, drone loops and other kinds of loops. In this blogpost we introduce some of these loop videos, along with their creators and the methods used.
Video walls and advertising panels are more affordable than ever. In combination with cinemagraphs, they can provide a winning “one-two punch”. Here are three specific environments in which your business should use cinemagraphs.
Brighten up your newsletter, website and social media campaign with our finest selection of sun-filled visuals. From poolside parties to blissful beaches – here are our summery staff picks.
Video loops are in demand! In this post, we show you how to turn your existing time lapses into short, seamless video loops that make ideal social media posts, website wallpaper and more. Give your time lapses added commercial value by following these simple steps in Adobe Premiere, Photoshop or After Effects.
You occasionally buy stock photos and enjoy tweaking the colors, cropping and editing the image, but aren’t sure how to do the same with videos? This article explains how to apply all the functions that you’re used to from editing photos in Adobe Photoshop, to video files.
In a sea of online content, websites must be light and load quickly in order to stay afloat. There are several ways to optimize your site for speed, like using cinemagraphs as visuals. Not only do living photos add an element of eye-catching motion, they also help circumvent several pitfalls that could harm your webpage’s performance.
Ever wondered which gear our artists use to get their cinemagraphs to look so darn good? Thomas Brand opens up his camera bag and reveals his weapons of choice in the first installment of Talking Gear.
Interested in “upcycling” video footage from your archives and transforming it into awe-inspiring cinemagraphs? Or maybe you’re looking to shoot new material in order to have cinemagraphs created from it? Follow these five tips for optimal results!
The mobile app industry is notoriously competitive. In order to stand apart from competitors, brands need, among other things, premium content and beautiful design. Crisp photographs, and high-quality videos are all essential in this process. And now there’s a new visual medium getting more and more attention from app designers—cinemagraphs
If brick and mortar business owners decorate their shops for the holidays, and send written seasonal greetings to colleagues and clients, those who run online shops should follow suit digitally. To get you in the spirit, we’ve shortlisted five ways to use cinemagraphs to spread Christmas cheer online.
Burning flowers, skulls, fog-blanketed forests, and shadowy light. What do these things have in common? They can all be found in the eye-catching, surreal cinemagraphs of gallereplay artists Nightflare Creative. We recently caught up with them to get some insight on building sets, sourcing props, and bringing artistic concepts to fruition.
One of the best ways to learn a craft is by tapping into the experience and knowledge of a specialist. To help you master the art of the cinemagraph, gallereplay co-founder Lydia Dietsch has compiled her top 10 tips for creating better cinemagraphs.
Food photography has long been a crowd-pleaser. Now the genre is taking off in a new direction thanks to cinemagraphs, an exciting visual medium bringing food photos to life. We asked gallereplay artists Daria Khoroshavina, Peter Chou, and Olena Balatska to share their recipe for success.