Move, Duplicate, and Scale


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Move, Duplicate, and Scale

I've saved my progress as Smaller big layer.psd found inside the 10_layers folder and indeed, my composition is smaller. If you drop down here to the Doc sizes, you can see that the value after the slash, which is the layered size of the image, is 14.1 megabytes. So I shaved away something like 6 megabytes worth of file size, which is penalty free, because I already have this file backed up elsewhere. Now if you switch over to Martini Hour banner.psd, press F7 to hide the Layers panel for a moment. You'll notice then I have three versions of this martini glass, each of which become progressively smaller.

So I want to scale and duplicate the glass twice. So I'm going to start off in this exercise showing you ways to move, duplicate, and scale an image. Then, we'll see how to put it all together in the next exercise. So back here in Smaller big layers. psd, bring back up my Layers panel by pressing F7, make sure my glass layer is active. Let's review a few ways to move and ...

Move, Duplicate, and Scale
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Move, Duplicate, and Scale 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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