The Vanishing Point filter is a very powerful feature in Photoshop CS3, especially once you know a couple tricks for drawing grids, and then placing and blending images to them.

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  1. Alex 29 March, 2008 at 18:25 Reply

    Awesome. Thanks so much for posting this one!!! I love the fact that you showcase the various fitlers of PS. Helps me get to know them and learn to love them. Appreciate it!

  2. cherlizz 2 April, 2008 at 11:42 Reply

    cool! this is really helpful. Just a hobbyist, toying with PS, and this is going to be a nice timesaver.

  3. Celeste 5 May, 2008 at 17:53 Reply

    That was really cool! Never even looked at vanishing point before. I love using filters and now I have a new tool/toy to play with…thanks.

  4. Matt 20 July, 2008 at 23:53 Reply

    um…is it possible to go around curved lines…like sun glass….for example putting a picture on the lens….or is it easier another way?

  5. Nikki Barks 20 May, 2009 at 11:37 Reply

    I guess I am doing something wrong. When I copy and paste my picture and click on vanishing point, I get my grid, but my pasted picture will not move. Please help!

  6. faizan siddiqui 26 January, 2010 at 05:29 Reply

    I have same prob like Nikki Barks have, after making grid, when i insert pic into that grid, my ps cs4 get freezed, nd after 1 min it shows that close programme…….

    please help us…..

  7. bikerboy 23 May, 2010 at 06:03 Reply

    hello Corey and thank you for your tutorials they are really helpful.

    i am trying today to do the same as you did but with text and i don’t seem to be getting it to work.

    can you make a tutorial if it’s possible for using vanishing point with text?

    thank you 🙂

  8. Michele 5 June, 2010 at 16:25 Reply

    The problem I’m having with this is…….how do you delete the grids to start over? Even if I close the image and open it back up, the OLD grid is still there!

  9. john buhril 23 June, 2010 at 10:28 Reply

    I have never thought vanishing point would be so power till I watch this video tutorial.Thank you so much Corey.

  10. Meg 29 December, 2010 at 13:28 Reply

    So glad you posted this. Great tut. I have a question, are there any differences in how it works in CS5? Seems mine doesn’t work quite the same with drawing new planes. I’m just learning this tool so perhaps it’s me.

  11. Lynn Breese 12 June, 2011 at 15:36 Reply

    Corey Barker…the bomb! I have been trying to get this concept for weeks…I am taking a class in PS CS5…could not get it. Corey Barker, thank you, I understand you and your teaching style. Whallah!

  12. Kamran Khan 2 October, 2011 at 18:36 Reply

    very nice tips, i just can’t understand the last part of removing colours where the poster look like the part of the building ?

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