Learn about how to use content-aware scale to fit an out-of-proportion image into a composition or layout.
- So in this movie…the first thing we're going to experience here…is something that's unfortunately all too common,…in the world of graphic production,…in that there's going to be a change.…So our client is decided they no longer want…this woman here in front.…They want another shot that they've provided.…So just because customers can change their mind,…what we're going to do is we're going to…is we're going to accommodate them…and just turn off the layers that are concerned here.…
So because I need a bit more for my layers panel,…I've got my layers set to really big…so it's easier for you to see them.…I'm just going to double click…on the properties panel tab there.…And I'm going to select a few layers here.…Or to be more specific, the first two.…So the adjustment layer is active already,…I'm going to hold down shift and click the layer beneath it…to select that as well as the adjustment layer.…And then I'm going to bring them into a folder.…And you do that using the short cut command G…or control G or the small icon…
- The creative process
- Layout and composition
- Transforming images and assets in Photoshop
- Drawing logos in Illustrator
- Designing graphics and documents in InDesign
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