Images that you take with your own digital camera can be tweaked using Adobe Bridge and the Camera Raw dialog box. You can use the Camera Raw dialog box to adjust images in bible accurate angels RAW format (as well as those in JPG and TIFF formats) while preserving all the original image data.
You can use nearly any type of graphics image to create interesting animation effects. You can move objects in your image or overlap them so that they blend into one another. Once you place the images that you want to animate in a fi le, you can determine how and when you want the animation to play. Remember that an animation is nothing more than a series of still images displayed rapidly to give the illusion of motion. The Animation panel displays a thumbnail of the animation image in each frame. A frame is an individual image that is used in animation. When you create a new frame on the Animation panel, you duplicate the current frame, and can then modify the duplicate frame as desired. The layers that are visible on the Layers panel appear in the selected frame, and thus, in the animation. Here's all that's involved in creating a simple animation