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  1. Michael Rues says: on Text in Perspective

    Excellent: Occasionally I do want to add TEXT for a number of reasons. Now I am enabled to add text much more creatively.

  2. Tanya Metaksa says: on Text in Perspective

    I did try it in the image that I uploaded to Facebook. And, as always, you are correct. I used the gradient and then painted on the mask to fix it.

  3. Tanya Metaksa says: on Text in Perspective

    Great Lesson, Ben. I am a photographer and have a large catalog of family files. I have been making birthday, Christmas, and other event cards using images of family members. This technique will be very useful in doing these well-received cards. One point, couldn’t you have used a gradient in the layer mask for the Guatemala image as well as the very, large brush? Another great lesson.

    1. Ben Willmore says: on Text in Perspective

      Yes, I could have used a gradient… but you’ll find it’s much more difficult to get the direction just right compared to painting. Give it a try and you’ll see what I mean.

    2. Tanya Metaksa says: on Text in Perspective

      I did try it in the image that I uploaded to Facebook. And, as always, you are correct. I used the gradient and then painted on the mask to fix it.

  4. Jan Petters says: on Color Picking Tips

    As always, such helpful tips for speeding up our workflow and solving frustrating issues. Thank you!

  5. Jan Petters says: on Wish I Knew: Creative

    Wow this is an amazing video. I always love the “wish I knew” videos because they are filled with such helpful tips.

  6. Cor van der Linden says: on Text in Perspective

    Interesting class. Would not mind seeing more of this

  7. Manny Mavi says: on Text in Perspective

    Thanks Ben. Great lesson and would love to have similar lessons in future as well. Thanks

  8. Kelly Doyle says: on Text in Perspective

    Thanks, Ben. I think the perspective grid may be useful for compositing photos as well?

    1. Ben Willmore says: on Text in Perspective

      It sure is. I think I covered in a pervious lesson when I wanted to duplicate an item and reposition it in the image… I used the grid to determine how large or small it should look when moved to various areas.

  9. ANDRE STEVENS says: on Text in Perspective

    Thanks Ben! Can use it.

  10. Jan Petters says: on Text in Perspective

    Excellent lesson, Ben. Picked up a few tips and ideas that I can use.

  11. Amy Gonzalez says: on Text in Perspective

    Thank you for the lesson Ben. I am primarily a photographer myself, but I also enjoy the idea of branching out to different aspects of PS so always enjoy seeing these additional lessons. It is Masters Academy after all, not Photographers PS Academy, so I feel there should be the occasional variance. Just my opinion. Thanks for keeping us learning!

  12. Stephen Brkich says: on Text in Perspective

    I think this was a Beneficial Class and it gave me some Idea’s… Thanks!!!!

  13. James Burke says: on Challenge Image: Glass Panel

    good lesson. thank you Ben