Multiple Planes with Photoshop (No 3D Layers)

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In this video I take a look at a feature of Photoshop that’s been around for some time, Vanishing Point.

Using this filter I’m able to add three elements to my image, Logo, Text and shadow, all in perspective.

There’s no 3D in this so Photoshop users of CS4 and before should be able to follow along.

Eric Renno (267 Posts)

Eric’s background in video editing with Adobe Premier led to his interest, and then obsession, with Photoshop. Starting TipSquirrel.com as a hobby he is proud to have gathered together and be a part of The Photoshop Nuts.   Known as only “TipSquirrel” for two years, Eric ‘went public’ when he was a finalist in The Next Adobe Photoshop Evangelist competition. He’s also been a finalist in Deke’s Techniques Photoshop Challenge.   While still taking on some freelance work, Eric has recently become a Lecturer at Peterborough’s Media and Journalism Centre where he enjoys sharing his knowledge as well as learning new skills. This realisation that he loves to teach has made Eric look at altering his career path.


  • http://faczen.blogspot.com Glenn Springer

    Well done, Eric. I never knew how vanishing point worked. You do know that it’s “planes”, not “plains” though, right?

  • http://tipsquirrel.com Eric Renno

    Thank you. Stupidly this was a re recording because I doubted myself.

  • Daniel thomassin

    Un grand merci pour se tutoriel qui va mètre bien utile et je ne connaissez pas bien la fonction des point de fuite!
    Bonne journée.

    Dan

  • Jennifer

    Thanks for this tutorial. You are a wonderful teacher and much appreciated!