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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by dbmiller, Sep 13, 2012.
Just to be different. Took some of my water motion pictures and made some animated GIFs...
Yes, very cool!
Cool, like those.
No idea how to do something like this, but very neat.
Interesting... I was looking at the Sony pages, and they will be coming out with an app for the 5R/6 to create what they call a "Cinematic Photo" automatically. Looks neat. Wonder if will be saved as a GIF, or video file.
I'm also very interested in the app for time lapse - No additional intervalometer needed!
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OK, here's one just for fun. I used the speed-burst mode on my 5N and stitched it up in PS. Deliberately kept tacky by using just 8 frames...
I call it the... Ninja Flying-Bottle Spin-dodging Technique, lol!
I'm head over heels with the cinematic pictures, I find that insanely cool and incredibly artsy if done right.
I wish your water flow was much slower, but I love the concept.
Another one while I work on the Alaskan photos
This is the Surprise Glacier calving into Prince William Sound. My apologies for the long load time for those on slower connections.
Actual images come from a 4K crop from the A6000 (3840x2160) burst images reduced by 25%. 22 images were used, so this is 2 seconds of elapsed time played back over a 4 second loop with delays on the first and last frames.
Wow...thanks for sharing!
Finally got around to processing the whale breach from my Alaskan cruise...
Sent from TalkEmount app on iPad
You can download an app from the sony store. It's $5 I think.
There's a french guy who's specialized in this art. His stuff is really cool:
I just figured out how to do these.
Here are a couple from yesterday's snow adventure.
Now how do I post them directly???
If the web site generates an actual GIF file, you can put that URL inside the usual 'IMG' tags using the "Insert Image" button on the post editor.
Otherwise, you may need to figure out how to get the right text to embed in the post. Perhaps the site (giphy.com) has some insight on that.
thanks for sharing. That's amazing.
You can download the gif from giphy and rehost it at your usual upload spot and then IMG tag it.