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    Photoshop Transform Middle Point

    Does anyone know how to only move the Middle point in photoshop?

    for example: You have a square and when you do a transform action on it it makes 8 points (3 on top, 3 on bottom and 1 on each side. Now everytime I use ctl or alt I can only transform the points on the edges. I need to transform only the middle one on the top and bottom, to make somewhat of a triangle shape.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks.

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    I know you can move the middle point around just by click/dragging it. You might want to try using the distort option under the transform menu. This gives you more freedom in distortion. Hope That helps.

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    Thanks

    Thanks for the reply. I appreciate it, but distorting it doesn't do what I need it to. I just can't seem to figure this out.

    Thanks

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    Are you trying to transform an existing image or do you simply want to create a geometric shape (what shape do you ultimately want to end up with?).

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    If you want to turn a square into a triangle, hit Ctrl+T to go into transform mode then right-click and choose Perspective. Next hold down the Shift key while dragging one of the upper corners towards the center. To make a perfect triangle let go when all three boxes (the control points) line up.
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