Relative canvas size


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Relative canvas size

So the trick of using the Crop tool to add canvas to your image is pretty cool. But sometimes you actually need to add canvas, a specific amount. So, like I want one inch from the top, two inches on either side or something like that. And sometimes the Crop tool is just isn't going to give you that type of control. So, that's when you will go to Image > Canvas Size. If you are just starting out you might figure out to do the math and like okay, I want this to be an additional inch on each sides so I'll make the width you know, 34.444. But if you want to just make it easier, there is this little check box that a lot of people ignore and it's called Relative. This means you don't have to do the math. Just add 2 inches to my width, which means it will put one inch on either side. It will figure out what the math is.

Or if I want one-and-a-half inches on each side, then I'll put three inches, and it will spot the difference for me. Same for the height. If I want...

Relative canvas size
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Relative canvas size provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS4 Power Shortcuts

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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