That's awesome. I can recall a few times in the past I could have used this technique. Very helpful Glyn!
Neat trick, but with the amount you earn, you'd be able to afford some skirting boards 🙂
hello Glyn, could you tell me how can I find the brush 112 please, I can't find on my presets
This was very helpful. Thanks Glyn.
I understand why I'm subbed to you all this time! Great content, brilliant teaching, slow and steady tutorial. Thank you.
brilliant, thank you so much 😊
Very useful – thanks!
Very helpful, thanks. Always wondered how to do this
Many thanks Glyn.
Thanks Glyn for this brilliant tutorial…This was completely new to me
Genius Glyn, thank you!
Great tips! I have not used perspective clone yet because its descriptions were vague; you fixed that! Thanks!
Awesome mate, and really useful. Definitely have a use for this! Thanks for sharing buddy.
Excellent tutorial Glyn. Thanks a mill 🙂
Cool! I've never seen that VP feature. Thank you so much!
Last thing Glyn I subscribed for the free ebook. How can I have it now?
you are the best Glyn >> your channel will be the best too
You remember doing these things in earlier versions without all the handy tools photoshop has these days? I know I struggled a lot with perspective when I was learning photoshop back in version CS3. That's why I appreciate all these nice tools so much nowadays.
Top marks Glyn. Thank you very much.
As usual an excellant tip and simple when you know the technique. Thanks
As always, you deliver my friend. Thank you!
Proper job Glyn. Top man.
Awesome vid, this will help out a lot.
Awesome ! I didn't know about this tool 🙂
I have a question regarding photography in general, is there a way I can get in touch with you ? 🙂
I must say, your Photoshop tutorial videos are some of the best I have seen yet.
Great that some1 finally shows the vanishing Point filter. In this case I wonder if just ticking the box "content aware fill" in the crop tool wouldn't have done the trick much faster…..
Another wizard tip, thank you
I did not know about this feature! Thank you!!!!
Thx Glyn, Excellent, as always.
Glyn-you rock! This helps with my wood floor in my studio!!
Thanks! Never knew this could be done. Great tutorial and more power to you!
Amazing Glyn! Thank you
Muchas gracias por tu gran video, saludos desde el norte argentino.
Excellent! Thank you!
Never knew this existed.Thanks!
Bravo, I imagine some form of Transform (after cloning) could also accomplish a similar end result.
Thank Glyn, this was great!
Thank you! Thank you!! I had an image with just that a few months back and struggled to get the floor right. I had no clue this existed and wish I had then but so glad I ran across your video! Thank you for sharing your knowledge and skills. Much appreciated.
Very very useful tip. Thank you!
thank you, amazing tutorial!
Glyn Dewis Hello Glyn, I subscribed to your newsletter but you didn't give to me the RAWFILES of the video "MALE PORTRAIT". So please if you could give to me the RAWFILES to follow step by step: [email protected]
Thank you, as a longtime PS user, i'd never mastered the perspective tool. Your explanation was perfect:)
Very useful video thanks!
It's help me alot, thank you Glyn.
Wow amazing! Thanks
This is grand Glyn, thank you so much. I just tried it out on an image and without this method, the cloning would've been impossible! All the best to you!
Good god, if only I'd known about this earlier.. I can see me making regular use of this tool.. thank you very much Glyn
good tutorial. I have been using Photoshop for years and yet this is the first time I have seen a tutorial where vanishing point was used. so I learned a couple techniques in this super short video. thanks!
Hi Glen, I am trying to use this method on a digitally downloaded image but cannot access Vanishing Point. Can you please advise if this can be done, or is this method only for photos?
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