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Create a Parralax Effect on a Photograph in Adobe After Effects

Andrzej Pach ❇️, Passionate After Effects & PowerPoint teacher

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6 Videos (21m)
    • Introduction

      0:56
    • Theory

      4:50
    • Editing the photograph

      2:56
    • Play with position and scaling

      5:25
    • Image adjustments and color correction

      5:09
    • Recap and thank you!

      1:31
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About This Class

In this quick After Effects class I would like to show you a very popular technique of giving images additional depth (known as the 2.5D or 2D to 3D effect). Our project will be turning one selected picture into

something like this:

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In the class we will create fun things, for example:

  • Search and use a free photo (for example at Unsplash.com)
  • Edit out the object you want to give perspective to in Photoshop
  • Add Position / Scale / Rotation keyframes in After Effects
  • Add Color Control layers to give it a cinematic feel
  • Render out the file and create a GIF for showcase!

All in a fun atmoshphere and professionaly edited lectures. If you are interested and would like to learn a new technique - hop on and let's go! :)

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23 of 23 students recommendSee All

Easy to follow and informative
Nice tutorial!
Anna Natter

Freelance Graphic Designer

Nice one

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Andrzej Pach ❇️

Passionate After Effects & PowerPoint teacher

Hi! My name is Andrzej Pach, more known as 'Nigel'. I am an After Effects / PowerPoint / video / graphic design junkie eager to teach people how to utilize their yet uncovered raw design talent! Here on skillshare I would like to share interesting, project-based classes which will make your design workflow a greater experience.

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