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PhotoMirage Lets You Give Still Photos Cinemagraph-style Movement

7 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

The software company Corel has announced a new app called PhotoMirage that lets you bring still photos to life with cinemagraph-style movement.
Ordinary cinemagraphs require short video clips that moving portions of the frame are taken from. Like Plotagraph , PhotoMirage only requires a single still photo that faux motion is then applied to.
Animating a photo with PhotoMirage takes just minutes. You add Motion Arrows to areas you'd like to see motion in, you plot Anchor Points to isolate areas you'd like to keep still, and you hit Preview to see what the result looks like.
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