Creating Cinemagraphs and Plotagraphs
Creating Cinemagraphs and Plotagraphs is an Advanced level tutorial on Photography, compiled by an expert, Richard Harrington. This tutorial is an absolute step for a person who needs to excel in his/her Photography expertise. It gives you a strong understanding on Masking + Compositing, Photography, Web, Web Graphics, Cinemagraph Pro, Cliplets, After Effects, Plotagraph Pro, Photoshop, Masking + Compositing, Photography, Web, Web Graphics, Cinemagraph Pro, Cliplets, After Effects, Plotagraph Pro and Photoshop.
Cinemagraphs are static photos that contain areas of motion. These specialized graphics—which are essentially high-end, animated GIFs—can be leveraged for dynamic advertising, or to help you stand out on social media. In this course, learn how to use Photoshop, After Effects, and other tools to explore the creative options of cinemagraphs. In addition, learn how to create plotagraphs with Plotagraph Pro, which allows you to create dynamic content from static photos. While plotagraphs are similar to cinemagraphs, the starting point and execution is very different.
Join Rich Harrington as he walks through how to create cinemagraphs in a variety of different programs, and how to create plotagraphs with Plotagraph Pro. Throughout the course, Rich shares helpful shooting and post-production techniques to help you improve your end results.
- What are cinemagraphs?
- Essential shooting techniques
- Composing a dynamic shot
- When to shoot video for cinemagraphs
- Determining frame size and frame rate
- Developing strategies for cinemagraphs and plotagraphs
- Creating cinemagraphs with Photoshop, Flixel, and Cliplets
- Creating plotagraphs with Plotagraph Pro
- Optimizing cinemagraphs and plotagraphs
- Recompressing video with Adobe Media Encoder and Apple Compressor
- Posting dynamic content to Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram