Perspective crop images down to a tileable pattern

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Experience Level: Intermediate
Estimated Job duration: 1 day or less
I have about 105 images of fabric like those attached. Many of the photos are slanted.

1) Use the perspective crop tool in Photoshop to straighten the image. See the attached examples.
2) Crop the image to the best area that can then be defined as a tile pattern. Use Photoshop's "Define Pattern" then "Fill -> Pattern" to see if that crop works. This may take a few tries to get perfect. The final image, if "filled" into a larger image, must not have any visible "seams" where the original tile begins and ends. Save as the small cropped image as _cropped.jpg .
3) Fill the pattern into a new large 2000x2000 file. Save as _filled.jpg.

It is very important that you DO NOT RESIZE the image(s). The scale needs to be preserved. If I notice that any images has been resized I will not pay. The reason you should not resize the image is because I need to preserve the scale of the fabric pattern - so that a small pattern can be compared against a large pattern. If you resize the large pattern to be smaller, it could look smaller than the other pattern, and that would be inaccurate. Again, DO NOT RESIZE THE IMAGES.

I have done this myself before, and it took me about 1 to 3 minutes per fabric. Since there are more than 100 fabrics, I'll assume it will take up to 5 hours. If this job is done well, there will be another job with more fabrics.


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