Resetting Rectangular Sign Perspective for Scrapbooking

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Resetting Rectangular Sign Perspective for Scrapbooking
by Jen White

Set your travel signs straight for scrapbooking with this simple perspective trick using Canvas Guides and the Transform options.

For this tutorial you will need:

Good photo choices would be: road signs, marquees, event tickets, and/or any item photographed for the purpose of including it on a scrapbook page.

 


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Page: Castillo San Cristobal by Jen White
Photos: Jen White
Templates: Scrap It Now V3 by Jen White
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9 Responses

  1. Renee
    | Reply

    Thanks for the reminder, and clear instructions, about this great tool Jen – I tend to forget about it. It sure makes a difference to that sign and I’m like you, I always take photos of the signs.

  2. Carol
    | Reply

    As always – brilliant!!

  3. zita B
    | Reply

    Thanks Jen, very helpful!

  4. Sue
    | Reply

    Great Tutorial, thank you so much.

  5. Brenda Suplita
    | Reply

    Great idea and great lesson. Thanks.

  6. doris edgar
    | Reply

    Thanks for this lesson

  7. Nell Covington
    | Reply

    I have a lot of this type of photo. Thanks for the lesson!

  8. Maggie Adair
    | Reply

    What a great tutorial. I always take photos of signs and information boards on our travels, so this tutorial will be really handy

  9. Lori
    | Reply

    Very helpful tutorial! Thank you for these detailed steps. I will definitely use this technique on my pages.

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