|File Name||FSTOPPERS – LIVING STILLS: HOW TO ANIMATE YOUR PHOTOS WITH SHAVONNE WONG|
|File size||3 GB|
|update and Published||2023|
As much as we’d all like to believe our photography has a signature style that immediately stands out to those who would hire us, the truth is that it’s often difficult to catch people’s attention when there are thousands of images being posted to social media every minute. In order to succeed as a photographer, you must first capture someone’s attention effectively. Shavonne Wong recognized this when she innovated her process of living stills.
What Are Living Stills?
Many photographers are familiar with cinemagraphs, where photos and video are mixed into one final piece of media. A living still is different. Instead of mixing stills and video, Shavonne takes only still images and then animates them in post-processing to create a slightly surreal and very eye-catching movement within her photos. When you look at her portfolio, it’s impossible not to be caught up by the living stills interspersed alongside the rest of her work, and as you know, when you grab someone’s attention, it’s more likely you’ll be at the top of their mind when they consider hiring a photographer.
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