Adobe Photoshop’s Warp tool allows you to reshape an image. You can give your pictures a funky look with this tool. Follow these steps:
Option #1: Create your own warp
- Press Ctrl + A (Cmd + A on Mac) to select the picture. Or go to Select > All.
- Go to Edit > Transform > Warp.
- In the top toolbar, you have additional options to set up the Warp tool.
- The Grid has a couple of preset options you can use.
- To use the Warp tool, click and drag the tiny circles on the grid. This will change the photo’s appearance.
- Once you are satisfied with the appearance of the photo, click on the checkmark icon.
Option #1: Use a Warp preset
Warp has a couple of preset options that allow you to edit the photo with just a click.
- In the toolbar on top, click on the drop menu beside Warp.
- From the menu select any of the shapes. They will be applied to the photo.
Create your own grid
If you are not happy with preset Grid options, you can add a grid manually. This is done using the Split option in the top toolbar: