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The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Perspective Pasting with Vanishing Point In Chapter 9, "Removing Unwanted Objects," we used Photoshop CS2's incredibly cool Vanishing Point filter to clone someone out of a picture, and Vanishing Point cloned him away in perfect perspective (and keeping that perspective would have been incredibly hard to do with just the regular Clone Stamp tool). Well, one of the things that makes Vanishing Point so "incredibly cool" is that it's not just for removing things--here's how to add a photo to an object in perfect perspective (by the way, this works great for type as well as photos). Step One: Open the photo you want to add an object into. In this case, it's an office building, and we're going to add a photo to the angled front side of the build- ing--more importantly, we want it to