Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video intro to displace filter, part of Photorealism with Bert Monroy: Volume 1.
>>Male Speaker: In this exercise we're going to be look at a very misunderstood…and underused feature of Photoshop, which is the displace filter.…Now for years people have been asking me, When will you be able to bend things in Photoshop?…And sure enough in 7 we did see the introduction of liquefy; but the displace filter has been there for quite some time,…and it's a much more controlled and powerful way of going in there and distorting things or bending things on curves.…And more importantly, it's a fast way of doing it as opposed to a situation like this one that we see on the screen right now.…
We see this bottle and this kind of a surrealistic scene, and we have this shadow going across the desert.…Well, let's break this down and see how this was done.…Here we see the desert itself, and here we see a scene with the desert shadow in place.…Let's open this up so we can look at the whole thing.…And when we see the shadow it doesn't quite look right.…Let's take away the desert and we see it.…That could work as a shadow, but once we introduced this rough texture the shadow no longer works because of the fact…
Skill Level Intermediate
Layers, Layer Styles and Alpha Channels
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