interesting technique

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  1. rtphokie

    rtphokie Photo board moderator

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    This is an interesting technique that produces some striking images, both for streets-capes and especially portraits. I'd like to try it with a rollercoaster image from a Disney park.

    I'm assuming it's based on a number of photos taken in bursts and then selectively converted into a animated gif.

    http://fromme-toyou.tumblr.com/tagged/gif/page/1

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    I wouldn't try it with a nature landscape or it would remind me too much of the animated light up image behind the counter at my local Chinese takeout place.
     
  2. tlcmommyx4

    tlcmommyx4 DIS Veteran

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    This is really cool!
     
  3. alloyd1170

    alloyd1170 DIS Veteran

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    I sort of do this now...I shoot in burst and then watch it as I scroll through it. Never thought of how I could turn it into a short clip. Have to try it now!
     
  4. handicap18

    handicap18 <font color=blue>Husband, father of 3, and Disney

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    Very Harry Potter like.
     

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