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Newbie Question on wrapping one photo on the top of the other

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Jul 25, 2020

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Greetings from Vancouver Island.  I hope you are all safe.  I have a wrapping question.  I think this is an Ilustrator 'thing' and not photoshop but open to any suggestions.

 

I have a screen (rasberry PI) that I want to put a picture on (simulated screen).  The display (screen) is at an angle so this isn't a simple overlay.  I've put the two images here and would appreciate any suggestions how to 'bend' the simulated screen onto the display.  Sim_display goes on/in RPi4

Thanks in advance,

Rick

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Hi this is very easy to do in photoshop just few clicks and you are done use perpective wrap in that .... regards

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Newbie Question on wrapping one photo on the top of the other

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Greetings from Vancouver Island.  I hope you are all safe.  I have a wrapping question.  I think this is an Ilustrator 'thing' and not photoshop but open to any suggestions.

 

I have a screen (rasberry PI) that I want to put a picture on (simulated screen).  The display (screen) is at an angle so this isn't a simple overlay.  I've put the two images here and would appreciate any suggestions how to 'bend' the simulated screen onto the display.  Sim_display goes on/in RPi4

Thanks in advance,

Rick

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Correct answer by lambiloon | Adobe Community Professional

Hi this is very easy to do in photoshop just few clicks and you are done use perpective wrap in that .... regards

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Hi this is very easy to do in photoshop just few clicks and you are done use perpective wrap in that .... regards

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Hi Lambiloon,

I've got PS open

  • - Pasted in the Terminal
  • - Converted it to a layer (0)
  • - Pasted in the Simulated Screen and it is now layer 1

So far, got it and I do see the Perspective Warp menu option.

 

What I'm missing/not understanding is how to move the Simulated screen into position/make it 'fit' and then use the Warp.

Thoughts?

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This just in: I figured it out.  Use Warp to make the display 'flat' then just stick the simulated screen on it, good ol cut -n- paste.  Thank you, Ali, I appreciate the pointer to the right tool.

 

Rick

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