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Photoshop tutorial: Using the Vanishing Point filter |

This Photoshop tutorial discusses how to use the Vanishing Point filter to bring content in a photograph into perspective. Watch more at

This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter thirteen of the Photoshop CS5: Creative Effects course presented by author Chris Orwig. The complete Photoshop CS5: Creative Effects course has a total duration of 7 hours and 18 minutes, demonstrates how to enhance images by adding light, drop, and directional shadows, and how to use the HDR toning controls, motion blur, and film grain creatively

Photoshop CS5: Creative Effects table of contents:

1. Working with Shadows
2. Adding Light
3. Enhancing Color and Tone
4. Creative Color Effects
5. HDR Toning Effects
6. Digital Infrared
7. Solarization Effects
8. Soft Focus Effects
9. Adding Film Grain
10. Creating Vintage Effects
11. Lens Blur Effect
12. Adding Motion
13. Vanishing Point
14. Creating False Panoramic Images
15. Border and Edge Effects
16. My Favorite Photoshop Plug-Ins
17. Custom Brushes


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17 thoughts on “Photoshop tutorial: Using the Vanishing Point filter |

  1. Great tutorial..but how did you make the vanishing point layer to start with..i can put the image on the layer but they are on the same layer ..and i can't edit can i fix it…thank you for posting

  2. man! you are the best!
    can you make tut for 3d….actualy why doesent work.
    i says samething like Command 3d from 2d is not available, nad all 3d bar is gray plss.

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