Quick Tip: The express lane to backscreening
If you're not too fussy about the exact percentage of backscreening, there's a faster way to backscreen an image. Make your selection and then press Command-L (PC: Control-L) to bring up the Levels dialog box. Drag the left bottom Output Levels slider to the right to instantly backscreen your selected area.
I've seen people create these photo cubes before, but it's always been such a long and laborious pro- cess that I usually went a different direction. However, using the 3D Transform filter, it suddenly becomes really simple. Don't let the number of steps fool you—this is a very easy project. You may have already learned in another technique in this book that 3D Transform no longer ...