In 1989, CompuServe devised an enhanced version of the Graphics Interchange Format (GIF), an 8-bit-per-pixel bitmap image format for the World Wide Web. It was called 89a, and it added support for multiple images in a stream, interlacing and storage of application-specific metadata. Basically, the Animated Gif was born.
Now, 19 years later, I decided to finally get off my rumpus and learn how to make them. For the longest time I had been seeing shot sequences in my shoots that I knew would make enjoyable, artistic or just humorous animations. I just never got around to learning how to make them.
So now that I have made two of them, [link]
The first is a simple two frame animation, but the second is a great ten shot sequence from a shoot about 4 months ago with Marliese down in Stuart, FL.
Hope you enjoy them. Let me know what you think. Should I do more for fun sometime?