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How to Use the Vanishing Point Filter in Photoshop

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In today’s episode, Learn How to Use the Vanishing Point Filter in Photoshop! Trust us, it will take all of your perspective troubles away!

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Vanishing Point Filter

After duplicating the Background layer, copy whatever you will be placing onto the clipboard. Then, simply go to Filter -> Vanishing Point. Create a box around the plane that you will be copying into. Be sure to follow the lines of the image- for example, if you will be pasting something onto a wall, carefully follow the lines of both the floor and the ceiling. Then paste your object from the clipboard, and drag it right onto your perspective box. You will be able to move your object all around in that box, and it will stay perfectly in perspective.

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