Photoshop effect problem

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caghayev

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I am trying to make my image look like a canvas 3d look, and I have been searching the web for tutorial/guide how to do that, but can't find it anywhere, help plz.
Here is an example of what I have in mind
 

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I use cs4.
I would think it would be fairly easy, with a little experimenting, using the skew/perspective tools.

When I get a minute I'll play abit and be be able to help some more.
 

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Welcome to the TSG Forum .... Interesting Task ??
Maybe start with each book on a layer .. then add some Layer Effects ..
 

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Hi Noyb

sounded to me like the op wants to create the effect not enhance it.
 

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I Understand .. But can't visualize where to head on this one ????
Was thinking the new drop shadow would help split the books apart in the 3rd dimension ???
 

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Thank you for your response, all I want to learn is how create a canvas look out of regular 2d image (3d look,image looking like it was stretched on stretcher bars). I tried adding different levels of shadow, it gets me the 3d effect , but not a distinct one. I also tried to cut and create a book or box effect, but it takes too long on each picture and it doesn't look as a picture that hangs on the wall. I was hoping that you guys can help me out to find a more efficient way

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