They say inspiration is everywhere, but some cities are definitely more inspiring than others! Gallereplay artist and NYC-resident Jimmy Cheung shares how “non-stop New York” keeps him motivated.
In the Loop: The Official gallereplay Blog
Here you’ll find tips on making- and marketing cinemagraphs, artist biographies and a behind the scenes look at our productions. Check in regularly to stay in the loop or sign up for our newsletter and receive a monthly "best of”.
Cinemagraphs trigger strong emotional reactions in viewers, which in turn lead to higher levels of engagement. Don’t believe us? Check this out.
Mario Sahe-Lacheante explains why cinemagraphs were his medium of choice on a recent trip to one of Europe’s largest refugee camps. His series of motion stills provide a powerful glimpse of refugee life.
Want to catch your customers’ attention this Christmas? We’ve gathered the 10 most eye-catching Christmas cinemagraphs from our collection, to help your campaign stand out from crowd.
Great news for cinemagraph users: mobile devices have just gotten a lot more cinemagraph-friendly!
In this two-part tutorial, originally published in Docma Magazine, gallereplay co-founder Lydia Dietsch explains how cinemagraphs can be created using Adobe Photoshop. This week, part two: bringing it all together and editing your cinemagraph in Photoshop.
In this two-part tutorial, gallereplay co-founder Lydia Dietsch explains how cinemagraphs can be created using Adobe Photoshop. First up: capturing your cinemagraph!
Looking to engage your social media audience with cinemagraphs, but not sure of the best way to post “living photos”? Fear not! We’re here to help with this useful “How-To” guide.
The man who brought us space cinemagraphs is back with a lush new series of sprawling ocean wave cinemagraphs. Armand Dijcks sheds light on his collaboration with photographer Ray Collins and the innovative techniques he used to bring these stunning photos to life.
Introducing: our new blog section “Question Corner” where we’ll tackle frequently asked questions, myths and misconceptions about cinemagraphs! To kick things off, here’s one we hear all the time: “So they’re basically fancy animated GIFs?”