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JenniferZ

Member Since 23 Feb 2008
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In Topic: Using Jennifer Z's OOB's

20 May 2016 - 07:26 PM

Thanks, Ladies! I'm so glad you like them! :)


In Topic: Using Jennifer Z's OOB's

20 May 2016 - 01:42 PM

That's right, Leslie Ann! The masks are different colors, so you can easily see them -- both in the preview and when you work with them.

 

The top layer mask can be resized, if needed. And the whole thing can be resized, also, just make sure you select all of your layers, so that everything stays in proportion.

 

Hope that helps -- let me know if you have any other questions! :)


In Topic: Advise please?

19 May 2016 - 02:07 PM

If you select all of the layers at the same time (hold control down while you click on each one in the layers palette), you can move them so they stay together, and therefore will stay in the same relationship to each other, just at a different angle. If you select the layers then hit CNTRL+T you can switch to your move tool and then rotate, resize, and move them where you want them.


In Topic: Advise please?

19 May 2016 - 12:24 PM

Is it possible to re-position the yellow/pink/green diamond/triangle block so that the diamond shape is rotated into a square shape? It looks like your photo would fit this orientation better.


In Topic: Question for Super Scrapper

12 May 2016 - 07:15 AM

 

I can tell you that sizing a 5x8 to a 7x12 will pull it out of proportion. You'd either need to go 7x11.2 or 7.5 by 12 if you are just scaling it up. You could scale to 7.5x12 and then crop that extra half-inch off if you need the exact dimension of 7x12. The other important thing to consider is what lindarobin mentioned. You want to zoom in to the enlarged photo to make sure it doesn't look grainy/fuzzy.

I really meant i would keep it in proportion! So far I can't tell any difference between the 2. You would think there would be.

 

If your original image is at a high dpi/ppi then you may not notice a difference when enlarging. If it looks clear at 100%, then it will look fine when printed.