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HI! I'm fairly new to Adobe photoshop, and I have a specific goal I want to achieve. I've created a test image as a reference to help visualize what I'm attempting to do here. There is an effect in the following video ( time 0.56 to 1.50 ) I wish to emulate for my current project. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0S92Fs5gOg My aim is to create the 3d effect of movement on the sidewalk, so that as I pan from left to right, the bottom layer scews left to right as well.This is the original test image unalteredI wish to make the image scew from left to right like so as I pan across the image left to right.Is there a technique I can employ so that the image automatically scews the bottom sidewalk layer left to right as I pan from left to right?Thanks for your time! I greatly appreciate any advice the community has to help me achieve my goal. -Trench-
The attributes you can tween in the Video Timeline are Position, Opacity, and Style. Photoshop doesn't animate skewing.
You could create a frame-by-frame animation by applying various amounts of skewing to separate layers and using those layers as frames in a Frame Animation.
Another option would be to take a look at Adobe Animate where you can animate skewing.