Photo Animation with PhotoMirage
Blur the line between photo and video with images that twist, twirl and flow. Let the magic of PhotoMirage™ effortlessly transform any image into a captivating animation in a matter of minutes. This series of tutorials will show you how to get started with the simple animation tools, adjust and refine, then share on social media, the web and more.
This tutorial will give you a quick overview of the PhotoMirage workspace and get you started transforming your images into captivating animations.
Learn how to use the animation tools in PhotoMirage, with Motion Arrows to define animation areas, and Anchor Points to plot areas that will remain still.
Learn how to save your PhotoMirage projects as a work in progress, and how to export your finished animations to a variety of social media sites.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to use the Mask tool in PhotoMirage to define the areas in your image that you want to remain motionless.
Learn how to crop your animations to standard photo and video sizes, or use Crop Presets that are optimized for sharing on social media sites.
Learn how to use the selection tools in PhotoMirage to easily move, rotate, resize or delete multiple Motion Arrows and Anchor Points at the same time.
The Visibility Layers in PhotoMirage will make your animation workflow even easier, by showing or hiding elements such as Masks and Animation Markers.
This short DIY video will show you the simple steps to animate water and clouds on your landscape photos, illustrations and artwork with PhotoMirage.
This short DIY video will show you the simple steps to animate feathers and fur on your animal photos, illustrations and artwork with PhotoMirage.
Missed the live presentation? Watch the webinar recording and learn how to use the NEW PhotoMirage animation software to transform your photos, digital designs and artwork into captivating animations.
Learn how to add text to a photo animation to create a fun or inspirational animated file to share on social media, using PhotoMirage and VideoStudio.