The Cinemagraph

In just a few short weeks I’ve gone from fumbling with Keynote slideshows and movies to making interesting cinemagraphs with Photoshop and iPad apps. Fellow WordPress blogger, James Liswed, recently commented on one of my posts with a link to TEKNARI, and OMG my life has changed forever!! THANK YOU JAMES!!

Of course, my original mission was to learn how to create animated GIFs that are relevant to my current projects, especially Projet Sage NU. The goal is now firmly in sight.

See more of my animated GIFs on Tumblr … it’s where I’m showcasing my growing collection!

About Michelle LaRiviere

Michelle is a multidisciplinary artist, curator, writer, and Reiki Master currently based in Windsor, Ontario. She has exhibited internationally, and her practice includes traditional as well as digital media. Michelle also taught visual arts to secondary school students for ten years. Currently she has gone back to her foundational roots, and is exploring figurative drawing in graphite on paper.
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2 Responses to The Cinemagraph

  1. J. Liswed says:

    You’re very welcome Michelle, I’m glad I could help. I love this gif! Great execution and I can almost hear a song being played as it loops. Looking forward to seeing more of your work 🙂

    • Thanks so much, James! My son thinks it’s “glitchy,” but he’s just not used to this type of media. I like the Lo-fi quality, and besides… art is all about breaking the rules. Cheers!

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