The Distortion group contains effects to help you to bloat, squeeze, bend, pull up or twist the shape of an object or a group of objects.
So if you are up to change the forms of an object you should land here with four effects available at your please:
The bulge effect creates a bump on an object or photo.
You can control the size of the bump with the radius slider(3).
The strength slider(4) controls the intensity and direction of the effect.
The positive strength value projects outward.
The negative strength value projects inward.
You can move the bump horizontally by dragging the Center X slider.
The Center Y slider moves it vertically.
The fisheye effect creates a curved distortion of the object. It simulates the fisheye lens warping the photo as if you are looking into googles while diving into the underwater deep.
The strength slider controls the intensity and direction of the effect.
As with the bulge effect, it has a positive and negative value to direct the effect outward or inward respectively.
The bend effect allows you to curve the object into the arc.
You may choose to protrude the image to the left or right depending on the value of the strength X slider.
The strength Y slider controls the vertical protrusion of the image. The positives value bends to the top, negative – to the bottom.
The swirls effect twists an image creating the whirl inside in an object.
You can control the horizontal position of the whirl by dragging the center X slider.
The center Y slider controls the vertical position of the whirl.
The radius slider controls the whirl size and intensity of the whirl.
You can also control the direction and intensity of the effect by dragging the angle slider.
Set the negative value to twist clockwise. Set the positive slider to twist counterclockwise.