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Learn how to create motion in still photographs, a technique made popular in the film The Kid Stays In The Picture. In the tutorial above, Joe Fellows shows us how he’s able to bring photos to life using the parallax effect with Photoshop and After Effects.

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29 comments

Soundofthegarden WATC 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

Wow

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TVR PRODUCTIONS 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

I have been doing similar stuff like this for years as far as separating the subject (s) into layers. I am glad to know I am doing it correctly since I never had any formal training. I rarely use the camera and never even knew about PIN feature where it allows you to make movement. I always cut the arm off to a separate layer and rotated by moving the anchor point to the joint. Where is that PIN? Makes me wonder how much extra work I am doing by simply not knowing these things

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RONIT PANDA FILMS🎬🎥🇮🇳 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

Nice

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Sander Drop Done 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

Hi, this sort of a tutorial 😉 really helped me to build an automatic 2.5d animate tool! And I'm almost done building it. So if anyone wants to try, that would help with fine-tuning.

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Thatiana Rodriguez 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

I can't tell how he moved the background further back…pls help I am trying to use this technique for a school project.

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William David Vargas 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

awesome, really impressive

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Grace Ingman 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM Reply
ygamer 35 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

can you please make my image's wings move

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Jay 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

One of the worse tuts online. You care more for showing yourself than teaching the technique on the software

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KALEHASSAN channel 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

thanks,great tutorial? it's very nice. I hope to learn about element effects.

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Christopher Dillman 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

Inspiring effect. Going to see if I can simulate it in Photoshop's animation timeline (CC 2018).

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TGS TV 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

The album Melly vs Melvin did this effect

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Greco Arts 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

Why did he not just take a picture of the background without him in it? would that not have given a better result without all the painting?

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Pepins Spot 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

Why didn't they take an empty background picture instead of drawing it?

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Emilio EO 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

but how did he make the ping pong balls spin in 3d?

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Shane Carrigan 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

couldn't you save yourself the time spent painting in a background, by first just taking a clean shot without subject, then leaving the camera where it is and having the subject step in to take another shot?… i guess its good to know the technique for when you dont have have the oppurtunity to do that, like in nature. now that Adobe has content aware fill, this is much easier to do.. no clone stamp

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David Shantz 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

You didn't have to pull you and the balls our of the shot and rebuild the background, ya minger- should have taken the shot before you were in it.

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Lance N 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

Very cool effect but the ping pong balls. They are spinning. Is that an extra effect because just importing a still and animating xyz wont achieve this.

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Edu Shola 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

reverse flash

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mousumi cute 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

Great….!

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Seb Travel 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

It was not more easy to take a cleanplate for the background ?

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Bepske Kaatje 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

How did you make the left pink ball rotate? Did you 3d model the ball or did you do some frequency seperation..?

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Владимир Скай 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

4:35 and then suddenly ball shadows appear.. magic?

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hrg1961 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

A great job, unfortunately you are showing the work you do and not really how to do it. A professional but a bad teacher

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Kaushik Konwar 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

Can you make it in loop?

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Bill Neboyskey 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

NooB question here…which Wacom? did you use?

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Shiroumx M 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

using camera mapping is there a way to put the ground layer actually as a groung (floor) in wich the rest of the elements I cut from the picture(already put in dif. distances) are placed over it so when i move the camera the floor is always there and not messing with element that are closer or more distant?
i read something about using grid but i still dont understand
Im really newby sorry. but i really want to learn its just there are not many tutorial in spanish.

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HGHamster 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

DAMMNNN this is so fucking cool! do you know if there are any other programs besides After Effects? I only use Photoshop myself, I would eventually like to animate some of my drawings tho.

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Eadial Kaber 08/09/2021 - 7:39 PM

Thank you

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