Seems like I’m heading from one Autumn to the next.

Seems like I’m heading from one Autumn to the next.

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A quiet autumn rain… 

fromme-toyou:

A quiet autumn rain… 

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Hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving, From Me To You

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The History of Cinemagraphs
A Cinemagraph is an image that contains within itself a living moment that allows a glimpse of time to be experienced and preserved endlessly. Visual Graphics Artist Kevin Burg began experimenting with the .gif format in this style in 2009 but it wasn’t until he partnered with photographer Jamie Beck to cover NYFW that Cinemagraphs were born. Marrying original content photography with the desire to communicate more to the viewer birthed the cinemagraph process. Starting in-camera, the artists take a traditional photograph and combine a living moment into the image through the isolated animation of multiple frames. To quote supermodel Coco Rocha “it’s more than a photo but not quite a video”. Beck and Burg named the process “Cinemagraphs” for their cinematic quality while maintaining at its soul the principles of traditional photography. Launched virally through social media platforms Twitter and Tumblr, both the style of imagery and terminology has become a class of its own. The creative duo are looking forward to exploring future display technologies for gallery settings as well as pushing this new art form and communication process as the best way to capture a moment in time or create a true living portrait in our digital age while embracing our need to communicate visually and share instantly. Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg reside in New York City.’
[Note: These pictures are absolutely awe-inspiring. If you would like to check out more, which I would recommend, click here or for Jamie’s personal blog and more photographic awesomeness, click here.]

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Hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving, From Me To You

The History of Cinemagraphs


A Cinemagraph is an image that contains within itself a living moment that allows a glimpse of time to be experienced and preserved endlessly. 

Visual Graphics Artist Kevin Burg began experimenting with the .gif format in this style in 2009 but it wasn’t until he partnered with photographer Jamie Beck to cover NYFW that Cinemagraphs were born. Marrying original content photography with the desire to communicate more to the viewer birthed the cinemagraph process. Starting in-camera, the artists take a traditional photograph and combine a living moment into the image through the isolated animation of multiple frames. To quote supermodel Coco Rocha “it’s more than a photo but not quite a video”. 

Beck and Burg named the process “Cinemagraphs” for their cinematic quality while maintaining at its soul the principles of traditional photography. Launched virally through social media platforms Twitter and Tumblr, both the style of imagery and terminology has become a class of its own. The creative duo are looking forward to exploring future display technologies for gallery settings as well as pushing this new art form and communication process as the best way to capture a moment in time or create a true living portrait in our digital age while embracing our need to communicate visually and share instantly. 

Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg reside in New York City.’

[Note: These pictures are absolutely awe-inspiring. If you would like to check out more, which I would recommend, click here or for Jamie’s personal blog and more photographic awesomeness, click here.]

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One of the perks of living in Australia, is having some of the hottest, most delightful summer days. However, in winter, especially in Melbourne, it can get quite depressing. There are no distinct seasons here. The weather goes from sweltering heatwaves to months of grey skies and cold winds.
I have grown up not knowing snow, or spring or anything of the sort. In my hometown, Port Elizabeth, in South Africa, the weather was always perfect. “Cardigan Weather”, we’d call it. Never too hot, never too cold.
 I wish I could experience Fall. I have heard that in Europe, and North America (Canada, in particular) it is absolutely beautiful: warm colours, falling leaves, the smell of hot pumpkin soup and roasted chest-nuts. I want! 

One of the perks of living in Australia, is having some of the hottest, most delightful summer days. However, in winter, especially in Melbourne, it can get quite depressing. There are no distinct seasons here. The weather goes from sweltering heatwaves to months of grey skies and cold winds.

I have grown up not knowing snow, or spring or anything of the sort. In my hometown, Port Elizabeth, in South Africa, the weather was always perfect. “Cardigan Weather”, we’d call it. Never too hot, never too cold.

 I wish I could experience Fall. I have heard that in Europe, and North America (Canada, in particular) it is absolutely beautiful: warm colours, falling leaves, the smell of hot pumpkin soup and roasted chest-nuts. I want! 

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