Aligning one image with another


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Aligning one image with another

I'm working inside The wide road.jpg found inside the 08 selections folder, and I have drawn a graduated selection using a combination of the Rectangular Marquee tool along with a generous application of the Feather Command. In this exercise, we're going to drag and drop this selection into the Moon on sky.psd composition. And here's how we are going to do it. We could of course, go up to the Arrange Documents icon and choose for example, the horizontal two-up display, like so, so that we can see both images at the same time.

Of course being the lucky guy I am, once again I have gone ahead and combined the two images I want to be seeing at the same time into the same window. So I'm going to grab The wide road.jpg and move it to the bottom window, like so. And then, I go ahead and drag and drop my selection into the composition, and it lands exactly wherever I drop it. Notice that. I'll go ahead and zoom out so you can see what I mean, which is by no means centered ...

Aligning one image with another
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Aligning one image with another provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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