With the PhotoMotion toolkit for Adobe After Effects, you can turn your precious 2D still images into photorealistic 3D animations.

You must have seen countless title sequences and end credits in films where 2D static images are animated into 3D space. The effect can be achieved by separating the background, mid, and foreground of an image, giving a sense of parallax effect.

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There are many video tutorials to guide you through the process of achieving this effect in After Effects. Since time is money, What is the most time-saving technique to turn static images into photorealistic 3D animations?

The answer lies in the After Effects template called PhotoMotion

PhotoMotion will turn your precious images into photorealistic 3D animations within minutes. Right inside Adobe After Effects.

There is a lot going on behind the scenes when you use PhotoMotion. Hundreds of intelligent features such as autofocus, depth of field, reflections, and more are implemented out of the box.

But the best thing for you is you don’t see the boring code and expressions. Everything happens in the background and a smart user interface gives you total control.

When you purchase this After Effects project, you are not only getting this awesome tool, but you also get 100+ assets like Lower Thirds, Instagram filters, Logo reveals, transitions, Light leaks, particles, digital glitches, and more to enhance your video.

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There’s even a slideshow creator which helps you turn multiple images from static to 3D animated and then stitch them into one, full-length video.

PhotoMotion for After Effects is trusted by over 5400 customers and is updated regularly with new tools and features. Watch this informative demo video showcasing the true power of PhotoMotion.

PhotoMotion Pricing 

PhotoMotion is available on the Videohive library for $89 USD (Regular License) and $299 USD (Extended License).

PhotoMotion Compatibility

PhotoMotion After Effects Toolkit is compatible with After Effects CC and all the above versions.

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