Imagine this: A still image close-up of a hand holding a soapy glass next to a stream of water pouring from a faucet. But wait… it's not entirely a still image. The fingers are motionless, and so is the glass and the faucet. But the stream of water? Well, it has movement. It pours and pours. By definition, a cinemagraph is a loop with some moving parts and some parts that don't move at all.