Cinemagraph apps: Plotagraph, Zoetropic, Plotaverse +more
If you are looking for an easy way to add some pizzazz to your still photos, you may want to try making a cinemagraph.
In the past, it required quite a bit of time to craft a cinemagraph utilizing fairly expensive programs. Now, however, it can be done on your phone in just a few minutes (or your laptop, tablet, PC if you so desire) at minimal to no cost.
As an example, I tried Zoetropic on my Note 8 (Android) and within about five minutes I had a fairly compelling animated GIF. The animations are particularly effective on images featuring water or clouds, but it can also work well on hair and other surfaces. Here are a few applications to try:
Android cinemagraph apps:
Zoetropic – add motion to still photoshttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=br.com.zoetropic.free&hl=en_USWith Zoetropic you give life to your photos, applying a fantastic motion picture effect, also known as the Cinemagraph effect.Follow us on social networks to receive daily tips, the links are on the…
Apple/iOS cinemagraph apps:
PLOTAVERSE – Create Your Reality on the App Store (and animation portfolio)https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/plotaverse-create-your-reality/id1244669793?mt=8New Overlays Added Daily- New Tool Toggling Feature- New Swiping Gestures- Enjoy Listening to Music & Using Plotaverse- Sharing Enhancements- Crop Tool Updates- Rewarded Ads- UI UX Updates-…
Windows cinemagraph software:
PhotoMirage for Windows – Corelhttps://learn.corel.com/tutorials/getting-started-with-photo-mirage/With PhotoMirage you can transform your photos, images and artwork into captivating animations with just a few easy steps. This tutorial will give you a tour of the PhotoMirage interface and…
Mac cinemagraph applications:
Cinemagraph Prohttps://flixel.com/products/mac/cinemagraph-pro/Creating professional quality cinemagraphs is fast, fun and easy with Cinemagraph Pro for macOS. Winner of a 2014 Apple Design Award and the world’s favorite way to create cinemagraphs.
If you have a program to add to the list, or any tips/tricks, please comment below! 🙂