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How to change orientation/angle ?

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Michael SitHow to change orientation/angle ?
by on May 15, 2004 at 5:53:32 pm

I have a picture of a car photographed directly from the side and another picture of a set of wheels. I want to extract the wheels and put it on the car in place of the existing wheels but the wheels are photographed from a slight angle, not directly.

How can I turn the wheels so it looks like it was photogrpahed from the front with no angle.


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Richard HarringtonRe: How to change orientation/angle ?
by on May 17, 2004 at 12:18:12 am

You can't

It's not a #D model and you can't move through

You can play with the transofrm command...

but the best bet is to retake your photos more carefully

Richard M. Harrington, PMP

Author: Photoshop for Nonlinear Editors, published by CMP Books April 2003
Co-Author Final Cut Pro 4 On The Spot, published by CMP Books October 2003

edit - produce - direct - motion graphics - project management


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Jim KanterRe: How to change orientation/angle ?
by on May 19, 2004 at 6:53:58 pm

So you need to convert an oval to a circle? Edit > Transform the shape of the wheel.

When you hear you will know,
When you see you will understand,
When you do you will learn.


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David JohnsonRe: How to change orientation/angle ?
by on May 23, 2004 at 5:41:53 pm

Use CNTRL-T to free transform your wheels layer(s), then hold CNTRL & ALT while you drag one of the corner squares to adjust the layer in 3D space. FYI, holding CNTRL transforms the layer in 3D space and ALT constrains the layer to its original anchor point. You might also need to hold SHFT depending on the specific adjustments you need. Hope this helps!


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