How to Use Puppet Warp to correct perspective Photoshop CS6


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Using Puppet Warp to correct perspective

Here we're going to take a look at another technique which we can use in order to correct the perspective of our photographs by warping. And this tool that we're going to be using kind of has a funny name; it's called Puppet Warp. Yet don't let the name dissuade you from what you can do here because this tool allows you to make adjustments in real specific areas of your photograph. Before you typically use it, it's a good idea to make a selection of the general area that you want to work on. In this case, I'm going to go ahead and make a selection of this part of the image because I notice that this photograph of my friend, Travis, I used a wide-angle lens and so his arm, it's just sticking up a little bit too much on the left side of the picture.

So here we'll copy this selection to new layer. Press Command+J or Ctrl+J to do so, and let's name this new layer, warp. Well, the next thing I want to do is navigate to the Edit pulldown menu and then select P...

Using Puppet Warp to correct perspective
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Using Puppet Warp to correct perspective provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers

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Photography
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