Momentos vivientes // Living moments (by Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg)

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El equipo fotográfico formado por Jamie Beck y Kevin Burg (de Ann Street Studio) pasan sus días perfeccionando la presentación creativa de momentos vivientes conocidos como cinemagramas. Utilizando cámaras de cine de alta gama, ellos son pioneros en esta forma de arte, que cuenta con imágenes fijas que incorporan movimiento para contar una fascinante historia visual. Ya en 2011, el dúo artístico creó su primer cinemagrama y, desde entonces, han trabajado con clientes como Google, Microsoft, Samsung, Volvo, Giorgio Armani, y muchas otras firmas. Ellos describen su invención como un “momento viviente” que, o bien se puede utilizar como un GIF en la web o un vídeo en Instagram. De cualquier manera, su principal objetivo es hacer que cada cinemagrama cobre vida como un portal a otro mundo.

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Photography team Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg (of Ann Street Studio) spend their days perfecting the creative presentation of living moments known as cinemagraphs. Using high-end cinema cameras, they’ve pioneered this art form, which features still images that incorporate motion to tell a mesmerizing, visual story. Back in 2011, the artistic duo created their very first cinemagraph and, since then, they’ve worked with clients such as Google, Microsoft, Samsung, Volvo, Giorgio Armani, and many other household names. They describe their invention as a “living moment” that can either be used as a GIF on the web or a video on Instagram. Either way, their main goal is to make each cinemagraph come alive as a portal to another world.

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(via: http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/jamie-beck-kevin-burg-cinemagraphs)

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