Ever seen those videos where the subjects seem to zoom in and out of a static background? The effect is commonly known as the Ken Burns effect. According to Wikipedia:
The Ken Burns effect is a type of panning and zooming effect used in video production from still imagery.
These days, the 3D element is added to the standard Ken Burns effect to create an even more compelling and captivating presentation of static images. To see an example, check out the video below.
Tutorial on How to Achieve the Moving 3D Ken Burns Effect with Photoshop
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