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How to Correct Perspective with Photoshop

October 11, 2016

In today’s retouching video, I show you how to fix perspective using Camera Raw and Photoshop. If your subject doesn’t have straight lines, this is the tutorial for you. Check it out and [More]

The new Perspective Warp in Photoshop CC

January 21, 2014

Adobe Photoshop CC now has a new Perspective Warp feature, just introduced, that will allow you to adjust the perspective of image elements in an automated and controlled way. This will help you to create more realistic composites from images that may not match in their original perspective. [More]

Photoshop’s Perspective Crop Tool

January 14, 2014

Sometimes it is the simplest tools that get the job done most quickly and efficiently. Photoshop's Perspective Crop Tool isn't the most glamorous tool in the toolbox, but it does its job well and with a minimum of fuss. Fix perspective distortion quickly and easily with this simple tool. [More]

Multiple Planes with Photoshop (No 3D Layers)

March 11, 2013

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. [More]

Using and Checking Perspective Crop in Photoshop

September 24, 2012

In this Photoshop tutorial I take a look at the ‘New’ Perspective Crop Tool. Ok, it’s not new as such but it does have a new home. Getting the crop right is tricky so I’ve included a couple of things I do to check I’ve got it right. [More]

Keeping Things in Perspective

June 1, 2011

When you’re taking images of pictures on walls for archival or restoration purposes, be sure to take several shots from different angles so you have a better chance of combining them into a great [More]

The Picture on the Wall (pt. 1)

January 6, 2010

(Authors Note: My New Years resolution is to try and keep my tutorials a bit shorter. I’ve started off quite well,if I say so myself, but I feel I must warn you: My New Year resolutions usually [More]