Using the Fit Image command


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Using the Fit Image command

When you're delivering assets to a client or putting things into a specific web site, you may find that you're constrained to a given size, like 800 or 600 pixels or something like that. However, the assets and photos that we deal with inside of Photoshop oftentimes are in different orientations, so it may be sort of hard to fit those images into those proportions. Rather than opening up images one at a time and changing the dimensions to fit whatever window we're trying to put it in, it's a good idea to automate that workflow utilizing something called the Fit Image command and the Actions panel inside of Photoshop.

Let's take a look at exactly what I'm talking about. So I am going to open up a file by going to File > Open or hitting Command+O or Ctrl+O on my keyboard, and I'll go into my exercise files folder and get into chapter 11. Now go into the Fit Image folder. I am just going to select one of the images in there--in this case it's t...

Using the Fit Image command
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Using the Fit Image command provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Justin Seeley as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Web Design (2012)

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