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Chapter 7. Working with Adjustment Layer... > Keeping Proper Perspective with Vani...

Keeping Proper Perspective with Vanishing Point

Photoshop's Vanishing Point () is what I like to call one of those why-didn't-you-think-of-this-sooner options. It gives you the ability to move and/or copy objects within the document window and maintain the same visual perspective of the original. Let's say that you shoot an image of a roadway disappearing into the distance, and along the there's a billboard. Unfortunately, you want the billboard to appear as if it is further away. With Vanishing Point you simply create a framework that identifies the depth of the image, and then move the billboard (using the Move or Stamp tools). Wherever you move the sign, it will appear within the proper perspective. Or maybe you have an image with a damaged area, and you want to fix it with a repetitive area from somewhere else in the image. That's not a problem with Vanishing Point.


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