/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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So I just bought a nimslo and I'm having a slight problem with it. Whenever I press the shutter release button the shutter will stay open until I release the button (it's not the battery's in backwards I tried that and it did nothing) I'm getting the red and green light like I'm supposed to, I've got the batteries in the proper way and I also don't have a flash attached to it. Hoping that someone out there will have an answer for me!
I am here again after a long time. I'm really sorry for keeping you waiting. But now I am happy to introduce you the Kitslo 3D lens project, which I have developed after a lot of effort.
Realizing this project was a difficult process, but in the end, a useful and wonderful product emerged. For this reason, I wanted to share the latest developments and details with you.
The Kitslo 3D lens is an all-optical camera accessory and can be attached to phone cameras. You can use the application synchronously by downloading it from the AppStore. Simply attach the kit, launch the app and take your wigglegram photos and share as gif or mp4 or other formats. Add fantastic filters to your images, focus, adjust speed as you wish. You can even revert them to their original state to rearrange them and then rearrange them. We have made an effort to make the image manipulation application as useful as possible.
You can download app from App Store. If you enable notifications you will see news on app:
I would like to express that the place where I share the most details about Kitslo is the r/wigglegram community.
We are also featured on the "Upcoming Project" page on Kickstarter. When the launch day comes, you can follow the project from there to receive an e-mail. You just have to go to the page and click the "Notify me on launch" button. If you are not a member of Kicstarter, it is enough to become a member.
I am curious about your comments and your feedback is very important to me.
Do you have any recommendations for shops in Japan that sell 3D second hand cameras to an affordable price?
First of all I'm sorry for my mediocre English, I hope you can understand what I'm trying to ask ^^ Which is the best (free) App or program for editing 3D pictures? (Overlaying/overlapping them so the picture seems 3D). At best even a beginner friendly program ^^ Thank you guys in advance!
Just got my nishikia with the nishikia flash first time shooting film so I know my first roll is gonna be ass just wanted to see if anyone had a cheat sheet of some sort ? If I. Was gonna waste a whole roll I kinda wanted a few shots to be good I used Kodak ultra max 400 thx guys
Here are what Wigglegrams looks like coming out of an ImageTech 3D1000. There’s not as much depth but if you reverse the sequence before looping you get a nice bounce effect.
I think i nailed it? haha i'm so proud of myself hehehe
An update to a story I originally posted on Instagram here, thought it could be of interest here
I was searching for a good condition Nishika N8000 which took a while, but when I finally got one I took it to my girlfriend's parents house to take some photos and her Dad saw it, immediately told me he had one of those, then proceeded to bring out a mint condition still in the box Nishika. So I could have borrowed instead of buying, but anyway..
Today he brought over some of the photos he took in the 90's. He told me he had to send them off to the States and they send back these "3D" photos. In my head when I heard of the 3D photos I thought of the holographic baseball cards, but they are like thick photos.
I know the video can't really do it justice. The depth of field is amazing. Instantly you see the 3D effect, not like the Hologram cards that you have to turn in the light. I thought perhaps there would be some resemblance to the wiggle grams we see in the digital versions but they don't really move, just a clear distinction of the layers in the depth of field
UPDATE: He also gave me the original negatives so it would be interesting to create a wigglegram and see it side by side with the real thing :)
Although not in focus :(
Hi all, first time wiggler here. I love the unique element a wigglegram brings. I mainly shoot video so I wanted to add that element with motion picture one day.
I 3d printed George moua's first version of the wigglelens because I've only ever shot digital. I have a Sony A74 and I'm decently happy with the result.
I want to know to make a wigglegram more exaggerated. I've seen George has a new version of his nNiveau lens with aputure and I believe zoom (maybe it was just a focus ring instead of zoom)
I see most people on here shoot on a film camera like the Nishika n8000 and I'm wondering if it has a different focal length or something