Importing an image into a 3D scene


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Importing an image into a 3D scene

In this exercise, we are going to introduce the Scrubbco banner on these many walls in the subway here, these many cleaned up walls. So make sure that you are caught up with me. If you are not, you can open this image called Better floor.psd. You also want to have open Scrubbco banner.psd. Notice that the Scrubbco banner has a variety of different layers. So it's a layer composition, dramatically understated as you can see here. We'll be importing these elements into Vanishing Point. There is no import command inside of Vanishing Point. There is nothing like that in fact. There is no Text tool, and there is nothing, nothing, nothing.

The way that you get stuff from an image into Vanishing Point is via the Clipboard. So you copy and paste. It's very old school. So here is what we are going to do. Here inside Scrubbco banner, I want you to press Ctrl+A or Command+A on the Mac to select the entire image like so. And then you go up to the Edit menu and choose Copy Merged or you...

Importing an image into a 3D scene
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Importing an image into a 3D scene provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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