The objects on an image are on layers separated in a way which enables perspective and space illusion.
This procedure gives a stronger feeling of image reality.
The procedure of splitting an image on separate layers is known as 'layer three dimensionality'.
The other effect is full isometric three dimensionality which is done by converting a 2D picture into a 3D one or from a conventional photograph.
This is a set of images which make a short movie. An important aspect of animation is that the separated images must be similar.
This effect is perfect for movement presentation.
The number of single frames depends on the similarity of several frames.
A quick change of 2-3 images. As opposed to animation these images may be completely different.
This effect is perfect for reason - consequence or before and after presentations.
The best effect is when 2 images are used.
Using two images is the easiest way to maintain image quality and avoid a "ghosting" effect.
The effect of a piece of an image coming closer.
This is perfect for focusing attention on a specific detail or attributes of a product's.
The effect of a smooth transformation of one picture into another. It is a variation of the flip effect with the difference that in a flip the transformation is instant and in a morph it is separated by several images.
This is perfect for changes in time presentations.