Tutorial Photoshop: Vanishing Point!





Tutorial Photoshop CC menunjukkan cara menggunakan filter Vanishing Point untuk menempatkan logo dan gambar lain dalam perspektif ke dalam foto.

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44 Replies to “Tutorial Photoshop: Vanishing Point!”

  1. Μιχάλης Δεμερτζής

    Σε ευχαριστω.Ειναι ομως λιγο αυτο για ολα αυτα που μας προσφερεις

  2. Judy Woodruff

    This is a great videor – very clear and stripped of b.s. – but I see people with CS 6 or 7 or 8 are having problems translating the tutorial to updated versions. i’ve got whatever the lastest edition is – i subscribe monthly sowhatever adobe sends 🤪…… So can anyone help with the problem of translating this great tutorial to making it useful for later versions of PS?

  3. Abubakr Khan

    A fabulous video!I even watched you tutorial on the same thing but a bill board was added.So what if the corner points on an image are not square but rounded.Like in the case of bill boards where some are curved.How to then make the grid?

  4. ThePurpleUFO

    I like the way you do this with no dilly-dallying around. You get right to the point, and show it clearly. Nice job…thanks.

  5. Dom Murphy

    I've searched (and watched) many videos on how to use Vanishing Point. This video is one of the shorter ones out there and is super clear, to the point and goes beyond how to use the tool and into other compositing tricks. Excellent.

  6. Aidan Dickens

    Mine doesn't work, when I try to use the brush tool to get rid of the background it just paints over it with whatever colour it's on.

  7. Devon Pharazyn

    I'm trying to add a logo to the side of a car that is at an angle where I can see the front and side. How would I use get the logo to fit the contours as they are slightly rounded and basically more complex?

  8. Sarah Jane Wales

    sir, you deserve every compliment there is. Not only you are generous, you are a blessed with a great talent.

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