Join Steve Caplin for an in-depth discussion in this video Copying the window, part of Creating Perspective with Photoshop.
We've seen how we can draw in perspective a Vanishing Point with the Marquee tool. …Let's know make use of that by making a rectangular selection and copying it to …another layer in the image. Before we do, I'm going to make a new …layer and I'll call this one new window, because that is what we are going to do. …With the layer created, we can go to Filter, and choose Vanishing Point once more. …And once again, Vanishing Point loads with all our perspective planes in place. …We'll zoom in a little, and now lets use the Marquee tool to make a selection, of …this window. As we drag it, you can see that the …selection is duly made in perspective. Now we've made it.…
We need to move it somewhere else. If we hold down the Alt key on a PC, …Option on a Mac, we can drag this to move a copy. …And you can see what happens. As we drag, it bends around that corner. …When we hit the wall with the door on, it bends again. …So we've got this one selection which is now appearing on two perspective planes. …
- Why is perspective important?
- Finding the vanishing point
- Using existing perspective to draw additional elements
- Correcting perspective
- Using the Vanishing Point filter
- Perspective cropping
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Why Is Perspective Important?
Composing the scene5m 21s
2. Opening Doors
3. Correcting Perspective
4. The Vanishing Point Filter
5. Perspective Cropping
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