Both were photos that the phone decided to take HDR photos and I’ve set it to keep a ‘normal’ one two. I’d obviously moved enough in the fraction of a second that separated the two images in each case. arrow-keying through the photos previewed me the wiggles. So:
Open in fireworks
Copy one image
Make a new state and paste in.
Export as Gif.
On the Hawthorn berries I did a quick copy of the sky from the first frame to the second to keep the background a little stiller.
The other day I was messing about with some web pages inspired by the Universe app and was reminded of the cubomania stuff.
I’ve updated the Cubomania Gif! page so that you can, choose the number of slices, speed of the gif and the ability to add a frame of the original image. You can also make static jpg versions on the same page.
I am attracted to the random nature of cubomania, interestingly if you search for images online many look as if they have been rearranged with some taste as opposed to randomly.
Featured image on this post was from a tweet by Theo created with the webpage.
Like the cartooning of videos a couple of posts ago there is the opportunity to see and understand a bit more about film using this technique. Jim might be thinking that (says Alan) but so far I am just having fun.