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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Temporary Zoom Function - Photo Restoration Quick Course



In episode 3 of the Photo Restoration Quick Course, I demonstrate how to temporarily zoom in on an image. It simply requires using the H key on your keyboard, along with the Zoom Tool. You will notice the Zoom Tool will temporarily change to the Hand Tool when using this function. It goes back to the Zoom Tool.

Zoom in with the Zoom Tool. Then use the temporary zoom function to pop out and change the view using the bounding box. Try it out. It takes a little getting used to, but it's worth it.
Thanks to Creatista for permission to use the picture. Buy it, or other images created by Creatista, online at Dreamstime.

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