Cinemagraph is a term used to describe a cross between a still-image photograph and a piece of moving image work. Similar to a Gif its a still image made up with moving parts to make you wonder if you are watching a film or an image.

Behance.net have created some fantastic animated gifs of classic Turkish films featuring some of the greats including Şener Şen and Kemal Sunal, which can be found below:

 

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Turkish Isms

I've been Turkish for as long as I can remember so wanted to share my journey of comical memes, videos, and observations I have made through my journey from a young Turkish boy getting his privates snipped, all the way to a grown man getting dayak from his nene.