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I'm no artist, but I am a computer geek so I can show you how to animate photos. I generally like using an online tool because of the simplicity, so that will be covered here. For simplicity I'm making a loading animation.

Step 1. Go to http://gifmaker.me/ and hit upload images.

Step 2. Select the images that represent your frames using the dialog that appears. Then set your speed settings, music, et cetera.

Step 3. Click Create GIF Animation and then click Download the GIF which appears below.

Step 4. Enjoy your finished product. Note that the more frames and positions in an animation, the smoother it will be in the end. Remember manual animation when doing this.


Hope this helps someone.
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I love gifmaker.com so much! This tutorial will definitely be helpful for those who don't know how to use the site ^^
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