Add pans and zooms to still images Photoshop CS6


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Adding pans and zooms to still images

If you want to add motion to a still image while you're working with your video files, it's really easy to do in Photoshop CS6. I will start here in Bridge and select these first five files. I am going to need to crop them so that they are the same aspect ratio in size as the video files that I'm working with. The easiest way to do this is to use the keyboard shortcut Cmd+R or click the Open in Raw icon. The first thing that we will do is we will set up a Custom Crop Aspect Ratio.

We don't only want to crop these to a 9x6 aspect ratio, I want to crop them to a specific size. So I'll select Custom and then change the Option here to Pixels. We will type in 1280x720 and then click OK. Now I will click-and-drag out my Crop and then reposition the Crop Marquee as needed. For the rest of the images, because they are all vertical, I am going to scroll down, I have selected the first one and then I will hold down the Shift key down to select the rest of them.

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Adding pans and zooms to still images
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Adding pans and zooms to still images provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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