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Advanced editing Advanced editing can be done with full featured software. Here we assume you use Adobe Photoshop. Advanced editing can be done with full featured software. Here we assume you use Adobe Photoshop. You can go beyond cropping and resizing in Photoshop. In the following steps I show you the way I edit pictures before I upload them. Of course, you don't have to be as fanatic as what is shown here. In this manual I will also use the measuring scale below (right click + save as.): A. The original picture, 3008x2000 pixels, is a bit too big in my opinion. Furthermore, the sea urchin only occupies a small part of the picture, the rest (except for the measuring staff) is actually lost space. On the right is the result we need B. First, the picture is cropped. I make sure the measuring staff is sufficiently in the picture (at least 2 cm).
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C. I open the measuring staff in Photoshop, choose 'select' > 'all', and copy the selection (control+c). Then I click on the sea urchin and I paste the measuring staff (control+v). Currently it shows very small in the middle of the picture. Note that it's a separate layer
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course GLY GLY1100 taught by Professor Jaymuza during the Spring '10 term at Broward College.

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