In this video, learn how to use auto-align capabilities to reassemble oversized images that were scanned in multiple pieces.
- [Instructor] So what do you do if your scanner is smaller … than the illustration you're trying to scan in? … Well, you scan it in two pieces … and they don't even have to be in the same direction … or straight up and down because there's some magic here … in Photoshop that's going to solve the problem for us. … I'm going to go ahead into one of my scans … and I'm going to select the whole thing. … I can use the rectangle marque for this … or the shortcut control or command A. … I'm going to copy it, … command or control C, … go back to the other page and paste, … command or control V. … So now I've got both of these pieces of my scan … in two layers in the same file. … Now I can select the first layer, … hold my shift key so that the second layer … and we're going to do some magic. … We're going to go up to edit, … auto align layers … and this is kind of magical. … We're going to select auto, click OK … and then don't blink. … Isn't that awesome? … Photoshop reassembled the image for us …
- Why render in Photoshop?
- Scanning artwork
- Using Dodge and Burn
- Using the drawing and painting tools in Photoshop
- Adding color to your images
- Working with scanned color illustrations
- Layout styles for fashion portfolios
- Working with color libraries
- Creating mood boards
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop for Fashion: Warping Pattern Fillswith Robin Schneider2h 51m Intermediate
1. Basics You Need to Know
2. Working with Sketches
3. Working with Scanned Color Illustrations
Saving for print2m 15s
5. Creating Mood Boards
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