Scaling a layered image versus a flat one


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Scaling a layered image versus a flat one

All right, I'm starting off back in Firefox for just a moment here. I just want to make sure we all remember the main Web page features a 590 x 280 pixel image. It includes not only the photograph, but also this text at the bottom with a black bar and a thin stroke. If you click on it, then you bring up this image here, which is the full 1770 x 780 version of the image. It's just a photograph. It doesn't include any text or bar or stroke. We're going to be scaling both of these images in this exercise. So I'm going to switch back to Photoshop.

Make sure that you have opened Desaturated shadows.psd, which is found inside the 12_for_Web folder. What we have here is a collection of four layers as you can see, one of which is a Smart Object. We're going to be looking at Smart Objects in all kinds of detail in the much later chapter. But for now, know this. A Smart Object is a container that holds and protects things. This particular Smart Object contains the full resolutio...

Scaling a layered image versus a flat one
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Scaling a layered image versus a flat one 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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