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Need a quick perspective reference? Try this easy Vanishing Point trick

Inside Photoshop

by Amy Palermo

It is possible! First you’ll need to create a new layer, though. Your reference grid won’t be editable in the layers panel like it is in the Vanishing Point filter dialog box—it’s placed as part of the image. Next, you’ll need to set up a perspective grid in the Vanishing Point dialog box. Choose Filter > Vanishing Point and add the perspective planes to your image. Then, press in Windows) and click OK. The grid is placed on the active layer in the Layers panel as a perspective reference while you work, as shown in Figure A.

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