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Join industry expert and award-winning author Deke McClelland in the fourth and final installment of his popular Photoshop CS6 One-on-One series. In this course, Deke puts his own spin on the most powerful features in Adobe Photoshop, including the Art filters, which enable you to transform an image into a digital painting, and Photomerge, which can stitch together multiple photos into a single panorama. Plus, dive into the extended features like 3D lighting effects, the Puppet Warp and animation toolset, high dynamic range (HDR) imaging, video editing, automated adjustments with actions, and much more.
In this chapter I'll be covering two related, but fundamentally independent topics, puppet warp and animation. The Puppet Warp command allows you to take an extracted image, such as a person that's been masked away from a scene, and then you can lay down pins and move things around. For example, I'll use my arm to demonstrate. I could lay a pin down here at the elbow and one at the hand and then move the hand pin. And that would move the hand with respect to the elbow just as you're seeing right now. We're going to use puppet warp to animate the wings of a bird, and then we'll take that flapping bird and turn it into a sequence of frames.
And then we'll add some animated text as well, and we'll export the whole thing as a QuickTime movie and as an animated GIF file. For those of you who love doing goofy stuff to photographic images. I'll be darned if I've ever seen anything like the following movies.
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