As of today, MyHeritage has just doled out 10 new SPECIAL ANIMATIONS for their #DeepNostalgia, #MyHeritagePhotoTools!
I tried a slew of them, but many didn't work well; the ones that worked the best are KISS, DANCE (the first of the two), and COMPASSION.
Below is an amimated photo of my great grandmother, who immigrated from Mexico in 1916, blowing a KISS. Her husband, my great grandfather from Germany, who was a stern man, was perfectly animated in the APPROVAL animation tool. Those two animations came from their wedding photo. My second great grandfather, was the only photo that had worked in the SMILE animation tool. His father, my third great grandfather, was one of just a few that worked out well in the SIDEWAYS animation tool. Those two animations came from a huge family group photo, ca.1900, which shows how well they can easily pull people out of group photos to enhance and animate; those two photos were also colorized in MyHeritage. The last two animations are of my great grandmother from Mexico, again, in her older years; in one she is blowing a KISS, and the other is shown with the COMPASSION animation tool.
They announced, in their blog today, that they are still letting people animate a few photos for free, but that these new SPECIAL ANIMATIONS are for members only.
So go and check out MyHeritage, and animate a few photos for yourself!
You can learn more about MyHeritage's DeepNostalgia photo tools below and in Genealogy Resources, along with other fantastic resources!
The My Heritage Deep Nostagia Tool: Photos Brought to Life!
The Winners of the MyHeritage DeepNostalgia Challenge Has Just Been Announced!
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