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Using Vanishing Point to Replace a Wall Picture
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Using the Vanishing Point filter in PhotoShop, we can somewhat delve into the world of 3D whilst working with our 2D images. In this tutorial, you will learn how to virtually hang a painting on a wall in an image. We will be using the Vanishing Point filter to get our perspective correct.
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