Mikuo Posted August 31, 2015 Share Posted August 31, 2015 (edited) I'm sure there is a better way to word this, but I don't exactly know how. So let me attempt to explain this, basically you have a random stock photo as layer 1 above the background. It's the same size as the background. You want to take the top right quarter of that stock photo and make the picture once you render it, ONLY a picture of that. Meaning, delete all the rest of the stock photo and resize the background to the size of that new picture. Another way to do this would be, I have a new file made, nothing but white. It's the resolution of the top right quarter in this document, so you bring the whole picture (Which is now bigger than the document) and it cuts out all except the part of the picture you need. Are either of those things possible? And if so, how? Thanks! ~Mikuo~ Edited August 31, 2015 by Mikuo Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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