How do you scale something in Photoshop?
HOW TO SCALE AN IMAGE OR SELECTION
- Edit > Transform > Scale.
- Edit > Free Transform > Scale.
- Edit > Content-Aware Scale.
How do I scale a selected area in Photoshop?
To resize a layer or a selected object within a layer, select “Transform” from the Edit menu and click “Scale.” Eight square anchor points appear around the object. Drag any of these anchor points to resize the object. If you want to constrain the proportions, hold down the “Shift” key while dragging.
How do I scale in Photoshop without distortion?
Select the “Constrain Proportions” option to scale the image without distorting it and change the value in the “Height” or “Width” box. The second value changes automatically to prevent the image from distorting.
What does a 1/100 scale mean?
If the scale of the plan is 1 : 100, this means the real measurements are 100 times longer than they are on the plan. So 1 cm on the plan represents a real length of 100 cm (1 metre)
How do I resize an image and keep the aspect ratio?
Press-and-hold the Shift key, grab a corner point, and drag inward to resize the selection area. Because you’re holding the Shift key as you scale, the aspect ratio (the same ratio as your original photo) remains exactly the same.
How do I resize a selection?
In the Layers panel, select one or more layers that contain images or objects you want to resize. Choose Edit > Free Transform. A transform border appears around all the content on the selected layers. Hold the Shift key to avoid distorting the content, and drag the corners or edges until it is the desired size.
What are the shortcut keys in Photoshop?
Photoshop CC 2017 Shortcuts: PC
|Draw marquee selection from center||Alt–drag selection|
|Fill selection with Foreground color using Lock Transparent Pixels||Shift–Alt–Backspace|
|Fill selection with source state in History panel||Ctrl–Alt–Backspace|
|Display Fill dialog box||Shift–Backspace|