How to use Perspective Warp to enhance landscapes

4/13/2017 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

How to use Perspective Warp to enhance landscapes

Learn how to use the Perspective Warp tool in Photoshop. This incredible tool was designed for architecture, but with a couple quick tricks, you can use it to dramatically enhance your landscape images.


Use it to compensate (creatively) for wide-angle distortions, such as small subjects, or just for creative effect. You can be as subtle or dramatic as you like.


Key Segments:

0:00 Intro and the original RAW images
1:34 Why the generic Warp tool isn't always best
3:08 Perspective Warp
4:17 Creating the grids in "layout" mode
6:42 "warp" mode
8:30 Final results and tips for working with masks on Smart Objects


See Greg Benz´s blog for more details on how you can use this technique in your landscape photos: gregbenzphotography.com

About Greg Benz:

My goal is not just to create art, but to connect with other photographers to share the vision, tools, and technique behind my work. I don’t believe I’ve ever found a camera that automatically captures the beauty of the world I see, so I use Lightroom, Photoshop, luminosity masking, or HDR for nearly all of my images. Let's Get Connected: Website Twitter | Instagram | Google Plus

Text, image and video via Greg Benz


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