How To Use The Warp Tool In Photoshop

Today’s video tutorial that will help you adjust the composition of your photos after you have taken it. This tutorial may not be best for a purist photographer as it involves a little manipulation but the result is a better looking images. The techniques I have shown will surely kick start more ideas on how this technique can be used.


Video: Learn how to use the Warp tool in Photoshop!

Here’s a summary of the steps:

(View the video for full details and explanations)

  1. Load your image in Photoshop.
  2. Drag down the background layer to create a duplicate layer.
  3. Go to the Edit menu, select Transform, click Warp.
  4. Drag the center portion of the image downwards.
  5. It will be a process of trial and error but what is shown in this video is to bring the rock down the portion of the image but keeping it close to its original image.
  6. The tiny circles that you will find around the image will allow you to pull it to make more adjustments.
  7. Fix any issues on the top frame by moving things around.
  8. Click on the original background layer and the duplicate background layer to see the difference on the photo. You can fo back to Step 3 and repeat the process should you find that it still needs a little bit adjusting.


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Comments on How To Use The Warp Tool In Photoshop

  1. Howard Thompson says:

    as i listened I realized the wrap tool would be helpful in wide panoramas that end up with a natural warp thanks to round earth. i will have to try

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