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22/09/2006 - 6:50 AM

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Help NeededAlternatively, double click on the thumbnail name 'Background', accept the default name 'Layer1'. You can then use the distort tools without the marching ants distracting you.
I have done my best with this using a mixture of perspective, warp, skew and distort. Trial and error really until it looks right.
Better to use the higher end of the lens at around 50mm and get a bit further away. You can always crop in a bit later.