Learn about using the Deform filter to change an animal’s pose
- [Narrator] Photo offers a lot of distortion filters,…and one of the most interesting is the deform filter.…It's very good for working with organic shapes.…To choose it, select your filters,…and let's pick just the distortions.…Here's the deform filter.…Let's put the panel away.…To use it, you tap to set pins…and then you can pick up any of the pins…and you can move them.…
Anywhere that isn't pinned is liable to move as well,…so you'll want to add extra pins in those places.…But if you add them after you've done the distorting,…then it goes wrong because it puts the pin in…the original location and not the new one.…Undo, and it's always best to put in all the pins…you're likely to need before you start distorting.…Now we've got them in,…we can pick up the head, move it.…
We can move the trunk.…We can move the front of the trunk independently.…We could bring the back legs down,…move the legs slightly further apart, and so on.…It gives a wide range of distortions.…If you're careful with it, you can produce…reasonably naturalistic looking results.…
This course was created and produced by Steve Caplin. We are honored to host this training in our library.
- Adjusting color
- Working with selections
- Adding adjustments and filters
- Inserting text
- Correcting lens distortion
- Retouching skin
- Creating HDR images
Skill Level Beginner
1. Image Enhancement
2. Creating a Jazz Poster
3 Working with RAW Images
4. Special Effects
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