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How to Auto-scew layers when you pan from left to right on an image.

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Oct 18, 2021 Oct 18, 2021

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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 unaltered
3d scewing trial.png

I wish to make the image scew from left to right like so as I pan across the image left to right.

3d scewing trial scewed left.png3d scewing trial.png3d scewing trial scewed right.png

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.  

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Oct 19, 2021 Oct 19, 2021

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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.

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