PetaPixel

Cinemagraphs of People and Objects Spinning on an Axis

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RRRRRRRROLL_gif is a project by a group of friends in Japan that comes together to create two cinemagraphs each week. The images feature people and objects rotating around a single axis.

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RRRRRRRROLL_gif (via Colossal)


Image credits: Photographs by RRRRRRRROLL_gif


 
  • wickerprints

    I’m not sure why, but I find these incredibly hilarious!

  • branden rio

    This is awesome. The image are fun and well done. Thanks

  • http://www.facebook.com/jared.monkman.5 Jared Monkman

    the fourth one, of the girl spinning around her finger, seems to be more of a gif than a cinemagraph, but still awesome!

  • OmeGa

    you do realise, that all of them are gifs, right?

  • http://twitter.com/RICKYM51 Comp. Photography

    I knew someone would “go there”, rotate on it baby!
    Looks like old music boxes actually…next

  • http://twitter.com/Jere_tweets JereMi

    I watched it for less than a minute, HEADACHE

  • http://twitter.com/stoyanov stanimir stoyanov

    Ultimately pointless..

  • KJB

    ACTUALLY

    *puts on his professor hat*

    A Cinemagram is a jpeg which contains a gif element, or in layman’s terms, only one bit is moving while the rest is completely still.

    While, yes they are are technically .gif files, they are not gifs as the internet at large knows them.

    Now look at the finger-spinning one. It stands out from the rest.

  • rjh

    How does one get a gif element inside a jpg?

    If you actually look at these images, they are all gifs. The reason the finger-spinning one looks different is only because a tripod was not used, do the background is not completely steady – so it looks more like normal video.