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Adobe Photoshop CC - Advanced Training

Class Project 20 – Cinemagraph in Photoshop

Daniel Walter Scott

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Hi there, it is class project time. I'm going to set you the project of creating this into a Cinemagraph. Slo-mo coffee. Come on, slow-mo coffee. You have to trim a lot of it off the beginning. And up to you where you want it to stop. 

The file is in your 13 Videos folder, under Class Project, called Cinemagraph A. Use the techniques in the last video. Probably lots of pausing and checking. Otherwise, in your Class Projects file I tried to list it out step by step. Even still, it's a tough one to remember. When you're finished, just like the last parallax one, I'd love you to export a video. Either upload it to YouTube or Vimeo, and send us the link or upload it to something like Dropbox or Google Drive. Something like that, and share the link. Love to see what you make. 

Now I've given you a file, you can definitely create your own. Shooting your own one is so much easier, because you can know what to hold still, what to move. You can get the composition perfect. If you are looking for images that are free, or videos that are free, this one here is a good place to go. So Pexels by itself is a good place. Like Unsplash, you can get quality royalty free images. Commercial use free images, but they've got a video section as well. That's where I got your coffee one, and I got the beans being poured into the bowl. Have a look in here, like that windmill one would be a good one, if it wasn't all moving. Go forth, make a Cinemagraph, send it to me. I'll see you in the next video.