Author: Tigz Rice
Tigz Rice is a London based photographer specialising in fashion and boudoir with a vintage aesthetic. An Adobe Community Professional and Wacom Influencer, she originally trained in digital illustration before naturally progressing into the world of photography and retouching. Alongside a client list including Cosmopolitan Magazine, Burlesque On Ice and Paris Burlesque Festival, her work has dominated the European burlesque scene since 2009, which consequently means everything she owns is covered with a fine layer of glitter…
When working with images that are a composite of multiple photos, one of the most important factors is making sure everything follows the same lighting and perspective. Despite your best efforts to shoot photography to match a known background – or select two images that appear to match – even the slightest difference becomes obvious.
However, with a new tool introduced to Photoshop CC this month, we can fix the issues using subtle perspective edits to deliver perfect composites.
This tutorial will cover how you can use the new Perspective Warp feature in Photoshop CC to alter the perspective of an object to fit perfectly into your composite.
Once you’ve mastered this technique, you can also use it to change the perspective of buildings, move walls, or far more complex shapes by work-ing with three or more perspective planes.
Time to complete
Photoshop CC (14.2 update, released January 2014)