Vantage Point

So I got to spend some time playing with the Vantage Point tool in Photoshop CS3 today.  It’s pretty stinkin’ sweet when you get it figured out.  I was able to warp our map graphic for the new sermon series this fall, University For Life, that launches a new approach to explaining our vision map.  I had to make the flat, printable version of the map that we’ll use in publicity materials and then actually make it look like a cool map for the website.  I think I got it right.  Let me know what you think!

Vision Map 3D
Vision Map 3D

[matt]

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4 Responses

  1. Looks great, Matt!! You’ll have to show me that trick when I get back to the states. And yay for a goal in Hockey!

  2. Looks great, Matt!! You’ll have to show me that trick when I get back to the states. And yay for a goal in Hockey!

  3. If you put shadows underneath the map onto a surface – that might pronounce the 3d-ness even more. Can I play with CS3 … I do not even have CS2 🙁

  4. If you put shadows underneath the map onto a surface – that might pronounce the 3d-ness even more. Can I play with CS3 … I do not even have CS2 🙁

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