Did you know that if you add graphics to an image in Photoshop, you can use the Vanishing Point Filter to adjust them as per the perspective of the image?
In this excellent tutorial, Photoshop instructor Unmesh Dinda from PiXimperfect shows you how to use the Vanishing Point Filter, Blend Modes, and Blend-If features to add a graphic to the surface of an image, and match it realistically using textures and masks. Watch below.
01:40 – Defining the perspective
07:23 – Adding a graphic
11:10 – Using Blend Modes and Field Blur
13:07 – Using Underlying Layer
14:47 – Masking the subject
16:20 – Adding texture to the mask
Download sample images shown in video.
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