/r/wigglegrams | A Reddit community dedicated to wigglegrams and 3D Gifs!
Wigglegrams are 3D gifs.
They simulate a 3D effect by looping frames of an object from various vantage points. (Learn more about wigglegrams)
I. Attribution & OC
Try to credit the artist if you know it so people can find other stuff by them. If you created the wigglegram yourself, include the tag [OC] (for original content) and receive a custom flair!
We do allow reposts and crossposts on the subreddit. However, we ask that you redirect to the original author either by linking the OC post or by mentioning their name. You can use Karma Decay to see if a gif has been submitted before.
We allow NSFW content but will not tolerate any abject, illegal, or otherwise questionable content. We are at liberty to judge whether your post is acceptable or not. Please mark your content appropriately.
How do I create a wigglegram?
Some are done entirely in software (usually Photoshop), others use a combination of physical drawing media with some post editing done in software, while many others use special cameras (examples include the Nimslo 3D and Nishika N8000/N9000 35 mm cameras, and the Lytro cameras) or DIY rigs like this one or this one with some post editing done in software to produce the gif.
What can I submit?
We welcome any kind of submission! If you're looking for help with your Nishika or just trying to promote a personal event, as long as your post is related to wigglegrams and follows our rules we will allow it. We prefer direct links rather than instagram or facebook posts, however they will not be removed.
Make sure to check the wiki or message us if you have any unanswered questions.
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When making a wigglegram, the speed of transition matters a lot.
Here is a wigglegram of a motorcycle someone posted:
It has a bit of stutter, here is the delay between each frame set to 1, with the final result sped up by 15%:
Another example of the benefit of using a higher speed, without delay 1 15% speed:
After frame delay and increased speed:
By increasing the speed, your brain is leveraging 'Frame generation' which makes the wigglegram appear more fluid
I’ve recently started a project to clean out an unused bedroom of a hundred books and nearly that many cameras. I posted these guys at r/vintagecameras and someone suggested I come here and seek guidance.
Is it possible to use these cameras to make a wigglegram? Can someone please point me in the right direction?
My friends Subaru WRX
Hey guys I can’t figure out how to get a smaller file when I render as a movie in PS. I want to post to IG so looking to preserve quality but my phone can’t even save these files from Dropbox because they’re so large and I don’t get it. What am I doing wrong here?
I’ve just picked up a Nimslo with the opti-lite flash. When testing it without film the flash fired as expected, but on my first time out to shoot the flash didn’t fire.
When turning the flash on I can hear it charge up and the ready indicator lights up. However, the flash doesn’t fire with the camera shutter or the test button. Any ideas on how to fix it?
Tips on how to line up the film properly when loading the film? I lost the third photo in most of my shots on a roll because it got cut off.