How to Create the 2.5D Effect Using Photoshop CS6 and Motion 5
Published on January 17, 2013
Yes, you can use still photos in your video, but that's so blah. Instead, trying adding a little movement to your photos.
(And I'm not talking about the Ken Burns Effect here -- though it's pretty cool too.)
Here's a full workflow video (from the member library) that shows you how to create the "2.5D Effect" using a combination of Photoshop CS6 and Motion 5:
It's an interesting way to add movement to still photos in your video projects.
Like a lot of workflows, there are several different ways to do this, and this video is one example.
I hope you enjoy it!
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