Using Free Transform to correct perspective


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Using Free Transform to correct perspective

Another way to correct perspective or work on distortion is to apply a manual free transformation, and that's exactly what we're going to learn how to do here. Well, let's go ahead and copy that background layer. We can do so by pressing Command+J on a Mac, Ctrl+J on Windows, and let's name this new layer c1 for correct one. Now I found that a lot of times when you are working with Free Transform it's good to zoom out, so go ahead and zoom out by pressing Command or Ctrl+Minus. Well, here what we want to do is activate Free Transform.

To do that, press Command or Ctrl and then the letter T for Transform. Well, here you can see we have all of our different Free Transform handles and what people do typically is they grab one of these handles and they make the image bigger or smaller simply by clicking and dragging. We are going to do something a little but more than that. What we are going to do is hold down Command key for Mac users, Ctrl key for PC, and then we'r...

Using Free Transform to correct perspective
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Using Free Transform to correct perspective provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5 for Photographers

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Photography
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Photoshop
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