0CommentsPosted on Aug 25, 2011Last Updated Apr 19, 2012Posted by Scott Valentine
John Nack blogged a couple of videos on YouTube, featuring Photoshop Program Manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes. This one shows you how to use the new Puppet Warp tool for image straightening: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnmJRl8R6fY
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