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Photoshop: Perspective Edits In 3D

PhotoshopIcon Photoshop: Perspective Edits In 3DPhotoshop: Editing Images In 3D

Photoshop makes creating perspective editing a joy rather than a hassle!

What do I mean by Perspective editing In Photoshop?

“In perspective” editing is the ability to transform images in Photoshop without you having to worry about altering the size of brush, colour or anything else come to think of it!  If you are trying to tidy an image which goes off in the distance then it can be a nightmare.

Example

Lets say we have something simple like a brick wall that looks perfectly fine but at a distance there is some graffiti and you wish to remove it.  Traditional method would be to zoom in and colour pick the brick colour and paint over the graffiti.  This would take you an age to do.  But there are some tell-tale geometric things with a brick wall, the bricks are the same height and length, the mortar between the bricks should be reasonably even so what if you could clone stamp the nearer bricks on to the rear bricks and get rid of the graffiti.  Well you can in Photoshop!

Photoshop Perspective Editing

This tool is known about by graphics designers but what a lot of people don’t know is that you can also insert additional images into 3D without having to do a lot of manipulation.

This video is pure eye candy for a graphics designer as it makes your life a whole lot easier!

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572 Comments

  1. Edward Gil says
    13 Nov 14 at 1:11am

    that’s great I would try to blend the graffiti, layer style blend if

  2. 22 Sep 12 at 3:52am

    Hmm it looks like your website ate my first comment
    (it was extremely long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I submitted and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog.
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  3. stevensonrf says
    20 Sep 12 at 6:02pm

    Never heard of vanishing point edits before. Great!

  4. David Kovalev says
    28 Jun 12 at 9:41am

    Cool perspective tutorial every photoshopper should watch :)

  5. TheAMGLover says
    21 Feb 12 at 8:51am

    yups quality of your tutorial is surely on par with those 😉
    Most of these dvd’s were parts of video’s made by people active on deviantart ..some had there artwork issued in those magazines , together with hands-on practise-excersices and explanations..really a neat way to lear nabout ps ..
    you’re doing very well 😉

  6. 21 Feb 12 at 8:51am

    [..YouTube..] yups quality of your tutorial is surely on par with those 😉
    Most of these dvd’s were parts of video’s made by people active on deviantart ..some had there artwork issued in those magazines , together with hands-on practise-excersices and explanations..really a neat way to lear nabout ps ..
    you’re doing very well 😉

  7. 21 Feb 12 at 8:51am

    [..YouTube..] @PCTeachME yups quality of your tutorial is surely on par with those 😉
    Most of these dvd’s were parts of video’s made by people active on deviantart ..some had there artwork issued in those magazines , together with hands-on practise-excersices and explanations..really a neat way to lear nabout ps ..
    you’re doing very well 😉

  8. PCTeachME says
    15 Feb 12 at 11:23am

    Hi, Thanks for the kind praise. Nope I have never made photoshop DVD’s, only my website (unless someone has been copying :o0) Hope my tutorials are on the same par as those :o)

  9. PCTeachME says
    15 Feb 12 at 11:23am

    [..YouTube..] Hi, Thanks for the kind praise. Nope I have never made photoshop DVD’s, only my website (unless someone has been copying :o0) Hope my tutorials are on the same par as those :o)

  10. PCTeachME says
    15 Feb 12 at 11:23am

    [..YouTube..] @TheAMGLover Hi, Thanks for the kind praise. Nope I have never made photoshop DVD’s, only my website (unless someone has been copying :o0) Hope my tutorials are on the same par as those :o)

  11. TheAMGLover says
    07 Feb 12 at 10:43am

    I’m really familiar with your voice !
    Did you ever make video’s for a photoshop-magazine perhaps?
    I have several cd’s with tutorials on it , those came with a magazine ..learned alot from them anyway !
    Thanks for this nice tutorial ! 😉

  12. 07 Feb 12 at 10:43am

    [..YouTube..] I’m really familiar with your voice !
    Did you ever make video’s for a photoshop-magazine perhaps?
    I have several cd’s with tutorials on it , those came with a magazine ..learned alot from them anyway !
    Thanks for this nice tutorial ! 😉

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