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Quick Play with Adobe Photoshop CC & the New 'Perspective Warp' Feature

I took this shot as Stevee and I drove away in the car in West End and thought nothing of it. I actually wanted to test the New 'Perspective Warp' tool in Adobe Photoshop CC. This plain  nothing special image fit the bill.

The image has lots of lines and is obviously all over the place in terms of balance and perspective.  If you look at the original color image below 1 (I actually like this in color) and subsequent images 2/3/4 you can get a basic idea of what I did. First I took it into Silver Efex Pro 2 and converted it into a Monochrome (image 2). Image 3, I  removed the end of the fence on the right with content aware fill (just for fun), then the Perspective Warp tool.

It was just a fun exercise nothing more. I was quite impressed with the new Perspective Warp tool and the larger implications are obvious, especially if your a Landscape shooter or Architecture snapper.

So yea, nothing to exciting just a bit of a 5 minute play around


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