Shift+P is for Pen tool, so adobe's shortcut from google was no help. I am trying to find the old trusty perspective grid to adjust the perspective of a building. I used it a month ago or so to do the same thing, and now it is gone after the new updates. When I search on Photoshop it only gives me Perspective Crop or Perspective Transform options, which just arent it.
Thanks, I ended up using the warp feature. But I think I was convinced Illustrator's Perspective Grid was also a Photoshop feature.
It is to a point- Vanishing point is very similar.
Thank you! I will look into that feature. I have never used it. But, I just needed to slightly adjust the perspective of a building to match the architects rendering for a comparison slider. The warp feature distorts the rest of the image so I have to work in layers and it isn't the best result!
…I just needed to slightly adjust the perspective of a building to match the architects rendering for a comparison slider…By @Jordan28897878ydpk
For that specific task, a possible solution is not a tool, but a command. Try Edit > Perspective Warp. It’s great for matching the perspective of one layer to another, because that’s precisely what they designed it for.
Vanishing Point is more about creating new content in perspective, such as painting/drawing from scratch. Although it is possible to paste an image into a Vanishing Point grid to match another layer, perspective matching is much easier to control using Perspective Warp.
Thank you for the tip! It is not something I use often, so I am definitely unaware of the nuances of that tool. I found it to be cumbersome, but I always assume that's user error!
Yeah, the two step process is a little counterintuitive. First you have to show Photoshop what the existing image perspective is (defining the quads), and only after that can you tell Photoshop how you want to alter that perspective. Here is a good tutorial video in case you need it. The part relevant to your example starts at 9:04.