Join Steve Caplin for an in-depth discussion in this video Healing in Vanishing Point, part of Creating Perspective with Photoshop.
When we turn on Healing while painting Vanishing Point, we get perhaps surprising results. This is what happens. We'll make a new layer and we'll call it healing, And lets go into Vanishing Point. I'll zoom in. And let's say we want to paint out the letter box on this door. We'll switch to the Brush tool, and this time we'll turn Healing on. Now you might think we need to match the color of this door, but in fact we don't, and to prove that let's go for a completely different color. As we paint over it, well, it paints in red, as we'd expect, but once I release the button.
It blends it in to the left of the door. We could paint out the words charming house, it paints in red because reds our foreground color. And once again when you release the button that disappears. And the same with the word house. Turning on Healing, makes Vanishing Point behave much like the Healing tool, in the main Photoshop environment. It's just another example of the flexibility, of the Vanishing Point filter.
Let's say okay, and return to see our full Photoshop document. There it is with all the changes we've made in Vanishing Point. It's quite extraordinary how much difference we've been able to make.
- 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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