Warp images Photoshop CC (2013)


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Warping images

One of the features that we haven't talked about is the ability for Free Transform to warp an image. Because we're going to be using Free Transform, if I don't want this to be a destructive edit, meaning that I might want to go in and change my mind without losing any image quality, then I should turn my layer in to a smart object, before transforming it. Just like we did in the last video. But in order to add something new, let's actually select two layers on the Layers panel, and then warp them together. On the Layers panel, the right waterfall is selected, I'm going to hold down my Cmd key, or my Ctrl key.

And also click to select the left waterfall. Now, in order to convert them both to a smart object, I'm going to select the Layer>Smart Objects>Convert to Smart Object. You can see that Photoshop has nested both of those layers into a single smart object. This is going to allow me to apply a warp to both of the images at the same time. An important note is that I haven&...

Warping images
Video duration: 4m 48s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Warping images provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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Photography
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