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I got Photoshop CS6

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http://s3.postimg.org/aakyyogar/Untitled_1.jpg

  • Hi user41631, thanks for your question. As Scott says, it's nice to show us where in the process you are stuck and what you have tried. Besides, googling 'logo perspective photoshop tutorial' yields almost 15 million results. – Vincent Jun 25 '14 at 8:56
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This can be achieved using Perspective Transform

  1. Select your the Logo layer
  2. Hit Control/Apple + t to enter transform mode
  3. Make sure the Bounding Box is visible, you should be able to see handles on the edges and corners of the logo layer. If the bounding box isn't visible, check your view settings.
  4. Right click on the object and select Perspective from the menu
  5. Dragging the handles will now give a perspective effect. When you're happy with the transformation, hit Enter to exit transform mode. Holding Control when dragging a handle will stop the other handles from moving.

For your image, you'll probably need to move the top left and bottom left handles the most. Try to make the top edge and bottom edge of the logo match the top edge and bottom edge of the Trailer.

It's also worth making sure that your Logo layer contains just the logo. if there are pixels outside of the logo itself these will affect the perspective when transforming.

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First of all place your logo as a new layer (or shape) over your truck image. Then you can use free transform tool Ctrl/Option + T to do perspective distortion (via Control/Option-dragging corner nodes).

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  • Tried that. But the other side moves on doing so :( – Biju Jun 25 '14 at 8:40
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    oh! you need to hold down Ctrl before dragging corner :) – Vnovak Jun 25 '14 at 8:43

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