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I created a depth map based on an image of the back of a man wearing a coat. Now I want to apply an image to the depth map, giving the appearance that the image part of the jacket. How is this done?

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You need to use the Displacement Map filter.

It's a bit of a detailed processes so you would probably be better served doing a Google Search for "Photoshop Displacement Map Tutorial".

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Perfect. Thanks! I didnt know the proper vocabulary, but this made it very easy to get what I needed. – Jeff May 10 '13 at 19:03

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