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Going along with @Ryan, here is some info on how to resize objects using the transform tool. Use the transform tool. Select the layer in the layers panel that has the circle object on it (Note: if the layer has more than just the circle then everything in that layer will be transformed). If you do not see the layers panel go to windows -> layers. Press ctrl ...


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Well if its a Liveshape then you can just look at the Properties panel: If it's a Raster shape then you're in luck that you said its on its own layer, though its not too hard to find the edges even if it wasn't. On its own layer, hold ctrl and click the thumbnail in the layer panel. That will select the circle for you indicated by a marquee. Then go to ...


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yes you can! by saving the SAI as .psd file and from Photoshop using Script -> Export Layer to files option for exporting all your layer into separate images.


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Group the layers. Add the drop shadow to the group.


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Dont forget about master pages. https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/master-pages.html Hope this helps!


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Copy what you want to paste. Click on the Channels palette. Inside the channels palette click on the mask layer, then paste. Only thing that worked for me.


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This is my take on it. I will not comment on colour, because that has been commented already. I will focus on the edges. Some edges of the fore layer are cut out extremely well. Some edges have a rim around them. Some edges are sloppy The human eye is quite good at finding perfect things, connecting dots, completing lines. The human eye even finds ...


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The edges aren't the main problem. The color balance between the foreground and the background images are off. The hand and phone are more "cool" or "blue" compared to the background image, which is very warm (yellow). Play with the colors in the foreground to more closely match the background colors. Then there may be an issue with the lighting in the ...


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The phone has blue and black reflections on it's face. If this was a genuine photo those reflections would continue over the top of the app screen. They may be less obvious, as the brightness of the display would counteract them a little, but they would certainly be there. My approach would be to create a new layer above the screen shot and using a soft ...


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There's no way to do that. But you just have to use guides, they are always on top of the design. To manage the guides you can download Guideguide



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