Vanishing Point in After Effects

This is how you can use Vanishing Point in Photoshop and use it in After Effects to make a scene look real and 3D.

Vanishing Point in After Effects

For creating this kind of effect, you have to use the VANISHING POINT feature in PHOTOSHOP. Select the VANISHING POINTS in PHOTOSHOP of your desired image and then EXPORT it as .VPE EXTENTION. After Effects will read it as a COMPOSITION with an in-built camera which you can use for Zoom in/out effect.


About Digital Effects

My name is Vishesh Arora and I am a visual effect and motion graphics artist. My artistic skills are mostly self-taught. I have a deep knowledge base of Photoshop, Maya, Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Final Cut Pro and Sony Vegas.

Posted on July 24, 2012, in After Effects and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Nice, short & to the point…great!

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