There are several on the members pages of http://Muvipix.com.
If you type "keyframing" in the product search box on that site you'll even find my free "Basic Keyframing" Steve's Tips article.
Additionally, I discuss the process in detail in my books, available on Amazon.com and at the Muvipix store.
And my latest book, "Cool Tricks and Hot Tips for Adobe Premiere Elements," shows you how to do it step by step. Here are some demos and tutorials:
Welcome to the forum.
Using Steve's Keyframing tips, you will Keyframe the fixed Effects>Motion>Position and Motion>Scale to adjust the view of the stills over time.
Thanks for the reply Bill,
Is there any tutorial that you can point me in on you tube that can help me out?
There are a number on YouTube for Premiere Pro. Maybe they'll make the principles clear to you.
Or you can check out the links I posted above, Bmoore.
I have not seen full video "tutorials" for Keyframing in PrE, but Steve has several great articles, that will present the concept to you. Once you have the concept down, it will just be a matter of applying that to the exact Effects that you desire.
Here is a good tutorial on Basic Keyframing, but it's for an earlier version of Premiere (precursor to PrPro and grandfather to PrE). However, the general actions will still apply - only some of the names and locations will have changed. Again, the concept is the same, and that is the important part. With that grasped, you can easily read "between the lines," and apply that concept to PrE.