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With Photoshop Elements sometimes you need to zoom way in for fine detail work. It's nice to also see the whole picture.
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Essential Photoshop Essential VIDEO TUTORIALS ON Photoshop ELEMENTS with your host Rick Peterson
Rick Peterson: Hi, this is Rick from essential-photoshop-elements.com. In this video, you will see how you can have two different views of the same photo open at one time in elements. Sometimes you have to zoom in close to do some detail work like cloning. I want to zoom way in because I need to be careful around the hair when I clone out this thermostat from the background I'm going to go up to the view menu and at the very top you will see it says new window for and then it gives the name of your image. So just click on that and you will see that it creates a duplicate image but what you can do it now is independently size up the second image. So, I'm going to grab my zoom tool and zoom up on the are of the thermostat here that I want to clone out and you can see that my other view remains at 100%. So as I clone, I'm going to able to kind to see what the whole picture looks like so I'll just quickly go in around a hair. Okay, there we go so now I can look over at my 100% view and see the whole picture and now when I save this out I don't have to worry about having a zoomed in image and a smaller image it will just save the original image with the work that I have done. For lots more information and tips on Photoshop Elements go to my website at essential-Photoshop-elements.com. Until next time, take care.