Question about Adobe Photoshop CS2 for PC
Vanishing point is a variation of the Motion Blur Filter. When selected, it alters the image by blurring/stretching it toward a single 'Vanishing' point that you select. It is used to give the illusion of speed.
Tip: When working with image filters, make a copy of your image to fall back on by using Save As. The Undo option will back out the effects of the filters too. When you get the desired effect, Save it again. A good rule of thumb, how much work are you willing to redo? If you go past that point, make a copy.
Photoshop is one of the best.
The quickest way to learn it is hands on, to play with it.
Open an image, try each filter. Undo it and try the next.
You will like the Stylize Filters.
Some filters will open an option window allowing you to adjust the attributes of that particular filter.
Photoshop is an amazing tool. Enjoy it.
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