Zooming and panning


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Zooming and panning

You'll spend a lot of time navigating around your images in Photoshop. Zooming in so you can do close detail work, zooming back out to see the whole picture, and panning around in a zoomed in image to see its different parts. Thanks to the new OpenGL technology that's built into Photoshop CS4, zooming and panning are more fun and a lot faster than they ever were before. Let's take a look at how zooming works. I'm working on a photograph that is displayed on my screen at 33.3% as you can see here in the tab for this document.

Let's say I want to get in closer. I'll go the toolbox and I'll select my Zoom tool or just press Z on the keyboard to select that tool. And then I'm going to click in my image and each time I click, I zoom in a little closer. Now it may go without saying but just to make sure you understand, at this point I'm not resizing my image in any way. I'm simply changing the magnification at which I'm viewing it. Now, if I go all th...

Zooming and panning
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Zooming and panning provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop CS4 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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