Nesting Smart Objects


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Nesting Smart Objects

All the filters added to the pictures in this gallery can cope with a little perspective distortion without looking forced. But what if we want to work with a filter that isn't as universal as those we've applied here? How do we force a Smart Object filter into perspective? Let's look at the closest example. Layer one, the largest picture that we've placed. We will zoom in on this so we can see it bigger. As these are Smart Filters, we can edit them and even remove them, so let's hide the method in Filter we'd applied to it. Instead, let's go to Filter > Texture > Patchwork.

And we can see this adds a regular grid of lines onto our image. Let's increase the square size so we can see this more clearly, and maybe increase the relief so it's nice and sharp. And we can see there's now apparent depth to this image. It does look as if it's made out of thousands of tiny mosaic squares. So, we'll say OK to this. Right away, we ...

Nesting Smart Objects
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Nesting Smart Objects provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Steve Caplin as part of the Photoshop CS5 Smart Objects Workshop

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