In this Olympic-inspired tutorial, Corey teaches an effect where he extracts areas of an image in Photoshop and then animates them using After effects in order to create a 3D movement effect with the image.

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  1. Al P. Smithy (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    Just One Question:
    …Why?

  2. brisser (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    Nice!

  3. Jon (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    Stay with just Photoshop Corey.

  4. manu (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    nice”"

  5. egower (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    That was fun, thanks.

  6. yo mama (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    damn Luddites…
    nice tutorial!

  7. doinyahgirl (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    you’ve all actually seen this in videos. I like when it’s used for nature shots with a lot of trees/leaves/animals. This picture wasn’t good to do it with at all, but other shots this can look really nice. Animating the camera angle while doing this works too.

  8. Michael (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    Great Tutorial……

  9. Josh (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    i agree manu, this could all be done with final cut pro in about 2 seconds completely pointless.

  10. Doug Davis (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    Thx for that tutorial… I think you could really compliment this effect with the use of the puppet tool as well as depth of field from the camera… Possibly even using the mercury effect to simulate water droplets on the glass of the lens… Thx again…

  11. Michael Carter (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    Josh, not all of us have have Final Cut Pro 2.

    Thanks Corey, nicely done!

  12. porsellvan (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    awesome

  13. Karon Troup (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    Hi Corey ,
    Thanks for the Tutorial… cool effects sweet!!!!

  14. susie q (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    Hi , that was really cool i once saw a picture printed that was 3D do you know how i could go about producing one myself, eg if ilooked to oneside the cat was sitting and as i moved away it was in motion

    a bit bizarre but i thought i would as the pro’s

  15. susie q (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    Hi that was gr8 stuff,

    can you help i once saw a picture that a photographer had taken of a cat it was sitting on a cushion and as i moved to the side it moved, the printing paper was different too any ideas on how to achieve this effect
    though i would ask the pro

  16. dijitalmekan (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    Great Tutorial……thnaks
    http://www.dijitalmekan.com

  17. Bert Farry (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    Great effect, who cares about finalcut pro it works for me.

  18. SMM (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    this soooo doesn’t work with any other pictures. like most things with Photoshop….a lot easier said than done. or at least in this case, demonstrated than done. maybe if I go to four more years of school and major in graphic design I’ll be able to do something like that.

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  20. Mike (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wmnanJT6Do

    It works with many pictures, and that video is a great example!

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  23. k.mitchell (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    awsome now i kno how thay did that one basketball commercial…it was killing me i wanted to kno how to do that sooo bad and now i know how Yippies

  24. Paul (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    “Wow” in the water then cool.

  25. SMM (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    Riiight. I have a MacBook and I tried this with another picture but it stopped rendering after the 15th of 161 frames…anyone know why this happened?

  26. Ahmed (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    Come on… Animate the splash… Waiting… o_O

  27. jenkah (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    The tutorial is How to cut and separate in layers an image for animation? Please, release the whole tutorial.

  28. Bardia Elmi (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    Thank’s for tutorial.
    Visit this professional site for aftereffects.
    http://www.videocopilot.net

  29. mike (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    “this could all be done with final cut pro in about 2 seconds” LMAO!!!! I would love to see you do that.

    great tutorial! =)

  30. Ish (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    i love this!

  31. Mike (Reply) on Friday August 15, 2008

    4 years later and I’m being asked to do exactly this effect for the London Olympics! Thanks!



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