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Lesson 8. Correcting and Enhancing Digit... > Editing images with a vanishing-poin...

Editing images with a vanishing-point perspective

The Vanishing Point filter lets you define the perspective planes in an image and then paint, clone, and transform images according to that perspective. You can even create multiple planes that are related to each other by tearing off perpendicular planes from the plane you define. Then you can paint, clone, and transform across the different planes, and Photoshop will automatically scale and orient your edits in the proper perspective throughout the image.

The Vanishing Point filter works with 8-bit-per-channel images, but not with vector data. To use it, you first create a grid that defines your perspective; then you edit your image normally. Vanishing Point adjusts your editing to the defined perspective.


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