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1. The perspective crop tool does what?
Takes an object that is askew in the image and cuts everything away from it.
Takes an object that is askew in the image, and estimates how the object would appear from a direct perspective.
Takes an object that is askew in the image and gives you the angle that the photo was taken from.
2. The perspective tool is found where in Photoshop?
In the tools menu, in the crop section.
In the select menu dropdown.
In the 3D menu dropdown.
3. If I wanted to change the dimensions of the selection after using the perspective crop tool, I would:
Hold down ALT or Option while it is stretched out with the handles.
Change the dimensions of the document.
Make sure the layer is not a background layer and use the transform tool.
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