November 08, 2011

Check out image warping in Photoshop Touch

Russell Brown shows how to perform perspective distortions, and apply arcs, pinches, stretches, and more:

Posted by John Nack at 8:05 AM on November 08, 2011


  • K Brown — 4:00 PM on November 08, 2011

    Sure would be nicer to use than watch……. ;)

  • Goodiot — 10:59 PM on November 08, 2011

    90’s Kai’s Power Goo!
    Whoo, hooo!

    [Feel free to build something better. And to move out of your mom’s basement. –J.]

    • David — 7:45 PM on November 09, 2011

      I had a lot of fun with the stand-alone Goo program back in the 90s. It’s basically the same as the Liquify filter in PS, which I think would be better suited to a touch interface than a warp cage is. It also ran fairly smoothly on a 200 MHz CPU, if my memory serves me correctly.

    • JustMovedOut — 6:25 PM on November 13, 2011

      > Feel free to build something better. And to move out of your mom’s basement.

      Argumentum ad verecundiam and ad hominem, one per sentence.
      My latin is running out, but that was uncalled for, John.

      It takes a thick skin to daily withstand the Web’s heat with an open chest, but you’ve always dodged it with class.
      However, specially after the “No Flash On iOS” soup opera, you recently seem to be trying to strike the Web back with its own poison.

      It may not have been a thoughtful comment, but it’s hard to be excited about something we’ve been doing for years just because it’s suddenly shrunk to fit a tablet with a trembling stylus.

      Build us something we cannot do in Photoshop today. An App for our cameras, not Photoshop for our tablets.

  • Mando — 2:52 PM on November 09, 2011

    Look at all that lag. By the time his finger reaches one side of the screen the animation starts. It not smooth at all. I hope this is ‘fixed’ when its released.

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