Bringing a Photo to Life with 2.5D Parallax Premium class

Joe Fellows, Make Productions Founder & Director

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9 Videos (34m)
    • About Me

      0:45
    • About This Class

      0:35
    • 2.5D Parallax Overview

      1:07
    • Choosing the Right Image

      2:41
    • Preparing Your Image in Photoshop

      7:19
    • Tips on Animating Your Image

      0:49
    • Animating Your Image

      15:44
    • Adding Extra Elements to Your Animation

      3:59
    • Final Thoughts

      1:11

About This Class

Joe Fellows of Make Productions is currently creating some stunning 2.5D Parallax animations on the web and TV. Discover what makes a convincing 2.5D Parallax animation and avoid the mistakes that will cheapen the look of yours. In this class, you’ll learn a step-by-step process for taking a still photograph and treating it in order to make a beautiful moving image. You’ll learn the fundamentals of what makes a successful 2.5D Parallax animation as well as a range of insider tips and tricks. This class is perfect for motion graphics designers, VFX artists, photographers and filmmakers. You will need a basic understanding of Adobe Photoshop and After Effects.

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Nice lesson. Thanx a lot! Exactly what I needed
This class has been prepared with attention to the student, it is interesting and nicely taught, with some sense of humor that makes following it easier. It's slightly fast-paced if you're not familiar with After Effects. Recommended and can't wait to see other classes from Joe. Cheers
great explanation

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Joe Fellows

Make Productions Founder & Director

I studied at London’s Chelsea and Camberwell College of Arts, where I specialised in short films and animation. This has provided the foundation for my work in Motion Graphics and broadcast design and now at Make Productions. I have enjoyed directing and animating branding projects, title sequences and idents for clients including Channel 4, BBC, H&M and charities such as Shelter ,Cancer Research and United Way.