Join Steve Caplin for an in-depth discussion in this video Opening the original door, part of Photoshop: Creating Perspective.
When we made the view through this doorway, we began by selecting the …original door and moving it to a new layer. …Let's now bring that door back into view and open it. …So here's the door, and we can simply Drag this to the top of the Layer Stack. …And there's the door in place. Well the first thing we want to do in …order to open it is to Flip it horizontally. …So let's do that. Edit. …Font Form. And Flip Horizontal. …We can now Drag it out holding the Shift key down so we move it only horizontally.…
And we put it just on the right-hand side of this open doorway. …Now let's move this into better perspective. …We can use Edit and Free Transform to begin. …To adjust it into perspective, we can hold Shift, Option and Cmd on a Mac, …that's Shift, Alt and Ctrl on a PC. And as we Drag one of these corner …handles upwards it'll move the bottom one down In the corresponding way. …We don't want it quite as open as that and we can fake it by dragging the …handle, in the center, of this vertical side to make the door appear slightly narrower.…
- 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 22s
2. Opening Doors
3. Correcting Perspective
4. The Vanishing Point Filter
5. Perspective Cropping
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