Cloning an image from one plane to another


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Cloning an image from one plane to another

In this exercise we are going to clone this fellow with an umbrella as captured by photographer Lise Gagne and we are going to move him, we are going to move the clone to the rear wall of the gallery back here and we are going to match the shadows and everything. It's quite a trick that vanishing point can pull off here. But before we do that we need to bring up our Layers palette. I am going to go ahead and expand to this right hand group of palettes here so that we can see the layers in all of their splendor. Now notice that the Planes Layer the active layer for me is turned off and that means if I try to go up to the Filter menu all of the filters are going to be dimmed because one of the things that Photoshop does automatically is that it protects you from taking invisible layers and accidentally modifying them.

Kind of a nice thing actually, alright I am going to add a new layer however. I don't want to be monkeying around with his Planes Layer so I am going to press Control+Shift+N ...

Cloning an image from one plane to another
Video duration: 7m 58s 10h 47m Intermediate

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Cloning an image from one plane to another provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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