Adobe After Effects CC - How to add Motion to your Photos

Sunny Heera

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12 Lessons (1h 50m)
    • 1. Welcome to this Course

      0:37
    • 2. Project Lesson Overview

      2:29
    • 3. Masking - Part 1

      10:34
    • 4. Masking - Part 2

      21:58
    • 5. 3D Z Space

      14:55
    • 6. Adding a Camera

      7:30
    • 7. Depth of Field

      3:31
    • 8. Adding Particles

      8:25
    • 9. Water Effects

      7:42
    • 10. Lighting and Rendering

      5:00
    • 11. Photo Example 1 Speedrun

      14:51
    • 12. Photo Example 2 Speedrun

      12:34

About This Class

This Beginners After Effects Guide will show you how to add Movement and Effects to your own Photos or Images

Add Movement and Effects Easily to your Photos Today with Adobe After Effects CC

BROUGHT TO YOU BY PROFESSIONAL ANIMATION AND MOTION DESIGNER SUNNY HEERA

Adobe After Effects is used by professional Animations and Visual Effects Artists worldwide. This class will teach you the best way to add movement to your images

By the end of the class, you’ll be able to confidently take any photo and apply movement and effects to make your images stand out from the crowd

In this Beginners Guide to add Motion to your Photos, I'll be teaching this course using the built-in features from Adobe After Effects

You can follow along with the projects I give you in this course, or you can apply the principles or techniques to any of your own photos

The techniques and principles I teach you in this course will allow your social media post and images to stand out from the crowd!

What is this After Effects course all about?

In this guide to Adding Motion to your Photos in Adobe After Effects course, you’ll learn how to add Movement into your images in a step-by-step easy to follow way

This course will cover everything you need to know about adding movement into your photos, including:

  • Layering

  • Masking

  • Effects and Presets

  • Particles

  • Exporting and Rending

  • And much more!

I'll see you in lesson 1!

Cheers,

Sunny.