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andrew wilson I recorded a song earlier. Overly sappy as usual. I compiled some random video to it. I started smoking cigarettes again it’s not because I’m addicted Cinemagraph: 28 Still Photos With Subtle Motion - Hongkiat So today we’re going to showcase animated GIF artwork but there are not the regular GIF we use on websites. These are beautiful twist from somehow nasty animated Gif artworks with the use of high quality photos from modern photography, and the pioneer, Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg called it – Cinemagraph. (Image source: From Me To You) Like what you’ve seen in most GIF animation, cinemagraph is a product of still photo with minor elements moving on. It’s nothing impressive on technique but what makes cinemagraph unique is it brings back certain part of the photo to life, thus making the entire photo more realistic, attractive and sometimes even thought-provoking, just like the magical newspaper from the movie Harry Potter. Dozens of photographers have found this technique interesting, so do we.
superposition concept, direction & music: Ryoji Ikeda in collaboration withperformers: Stephane Garin, Amélie Grouldprogramming, graphics & computer system: Tomonaga Tokuyama, Norimichi Hirakawa, Yoshito Onishioptical devices: Norimichi Hirakawastage manager: Simon MacColltechnical manager: Tomonaga Tokuyamaproduction assistant: Daisuke Sekine production: Ryoji Ikeda Studio (Artistic direction: Emmanuelle de Montgazon, Administration: Yuko Higaki), Quaternaire (Producer and artist management: Sarah Ford, Associate producer: Laurie Uprichard, administration: Kathleen Aleton, Coordination and marketing: Joanna Rieussec), Forma (Artistic Director: David Metcalfe) The Reaction GIF: Moving Image as Gesture Organized by Jason Eppink, Associate Curator of Digital Media Computer-mediated communication increasingly informs the way we interact with friends and peers. Email, text message, chat, and any number of social websites and mobile apps focus conversation primarily into text, supplanting the many nonverbal cues like rhythm, intonation, volume, and gesture that humans have used to communicate for many millennia. But over the last few years, the reaction GIF has emerged as a form for communicating with short moving images in response to, and often in lieu of, text in online forums and comment threads. These animated GIFs consist of brief loops of bodies in motion, primarily excerpted from recognizable pop culture moments, and are used to express common ideas and emotions. Understood as gestures, they can communicate more nuance and concision than their verbal translations.
Watching Human Watching WHW VI (INKA LINDERGARD & NICLAS HOLMSTROM) PRINTS > Watching Human Watching WHW VI INKA LINDERGARD & NICLAS HOLMSTROM『Watching Human Watching WHW VI』 Watching Human Watching WHW VI Belong to : Swedish PhotographyYear Created : 2008Edition : 1/5+3APMaterial : Archival Pigment PrintsPrint Size : 400x510mm Why do we have an IMG element? [dive into mark] On February 25, 1993, Marc Andreessen wrote: I’d like to propose a new, optional HTML tag:IMGRequired argument is SRC="url". This names a bitmap or pixmap file for the browser to attempt to pull over the network and interpret as an image, to be embedded in the text at the point of the tag’s occurrence.An example is: <IMG SRC=" is no closing tag; this is just a standalone tag.)This tag can be embedded in an anchor like anything else; when that happens, it becomes an icon that’s sensitive to activation just like a regular text anchor.Browsers should be afforded flexibility as to which image formats they support.
Manuel Lima His first book Visual Complexity: Mapping patterns of information has been translated into French, Chinese, and Japanese. His latest The Book of Trees: Visualizing Branches of Knowledge, published in April 2014 by Princeton Architectural Press, covers over 800 years of human culture through the lens of the tree figure, from its entrenched roots in religious medieval exegesis to its contemporary, secular digital themes. With more than twelve years of experience designing digital products, Manuel has worked for Codecademy, Microsoft, Nokia, R/GA, and Kontrapunkt. He holds a BFA in Industrial Design and a MFA in Design & Technology from Parsons School of Design. During the course of his MFA program, Manuel worked for Siemens Corporate Research Center, the American Museum of Moving Image, and Parsons Institute for Information Mapping in research projects for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
Make animated gifs with your webcam The perfect loop Before saving, you can edit the start and end times of your gif by dragging the sliders. Want to curate a page of gifs with friends? Add a #hashtag to your gif's description. You follow? Follow your friends to see their newest gifs in your feed whenever you’re logged in.