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Artist Creates Stunning Cinemagraphs of Animals And Nature

Kevin Whipps March 31, 2021 · 1 min read

Have you ever heard of a cinemagraph before? The basic concept is that you take a still image, and then insert a moving image either into part of or all of the picture. It’s similar to an animated GIF, but with a still component to it, and you can make them with programs like Cinemagraph Pro. Said Dagdeviren of Istanbul, Turkey, used that same concept to create these beautiful images here.







I’ve never done anything like this before personally, but seeing these makes me want to dive into the program and see how it works. Imagine what other cool things you could do with this concept!


Kevin Whipps is a writer and editor based in Phoenix, Arizona. When he’s not working on one of the many writing projects in his queue, he’s designing stickers with his wife at Whipps Sticker Co.

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Hi! My name is Kevin Whipps, and I'm a writer and editor based in Phoenix, Arizona. When I'm not working taking pictures of old cars and trucks, I'm either writing articles for Creative Market or hawking stickers at Whipps Sticker Co.

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  • Anonymous
    Just amazing and brilliant work! I mean these creative minds are one step ahead from others as most of us can think just creating double exposure photos and not actually realising that we can animate them wow! Hats off. 6 years ago
  • I just love them all. 6 years ago
  • These are amazing! I really love the bears and the whale. 6 years ago
  • These are cool 6 years ago
  • thanks for sharing this is just amazing 6 years ago
  • those are awesome!!! Beautiful, mesmerizing, captivating!! Just wonderful! 6 years ago
  • @Saqib Ahmad This is just scratching the surface. Actually nothing new... ;) However, if you like that style you might be interested in the title sequence of the TV-series "True Detective". Here is a related article from January 2014 and a watch behind-the-scenes: http://www.artofthetitle.com/title/true-detective/ Season 2: http://www.wired.com/2015/06/made-true-detectives-opening-credits-eerie/ 6 years ago
  • Awesome 6 years ago
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