0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 15, 2015 12:38 PM by stevebee92653

    How do you resize a layer only?

    stevebee92653

      I would like to resize just one single layer without resizing the entire picture. Any ideas?

        • 1. Re: How do you resize a layer only?
          whsprague Level 4

          If you are talking about still photos, you need to repost to the Photoshop Elements forum.  This is Premier Elements for video people.

          • 2. Re: How do you resize a layer only?
            A.T. Romano Level 7

            stevebee92653

             

            When you do not mention a program, the "layers" in your question suggest you are using Photoshop Elements and not Premiere Elements. Somehow your thread got posted

            in the Premiere Elements Forum. If you have a question about Photoshop Elements, you should re-post your question in the Adobe Photoshop Elements Forum which you can get to by clicking on the following link.

            https://forums.adobe.com/community/photoshop_elements

             

            If you are using the terms layers and tracks interchangeably and you do have some version of Premiere Elements that you are asking about, please post again with

            more details including

            1. What version of Premiere Elements

            2. On what computer operating system it is running

            3. And description of the effect that you are trying to achieve

             

            The Photoshop Elements answer may be as easy as to click on one of the handles of the image's bounding box and drag the handle inward to down size the image on that particular selected layer.

             

            Whether your question is related to Photoshop Elements or Premiere Elements, the answers will be in the details that you supply to help us help you.

             

            Best wishes

             

            ATR

            • 3. Re: How do you resize a layer only?
              whsprague Level 4

              A.T. Romano wrote:

               

              stevebee92653

               

              When you do not mention a program, the "layers" in your question suggest you are using Photoshop Elements and not Premiere Elements. Somehow your thread got posted in the Premiere Elements Forum. If you have a question about Photoshop Elements, you should re-post your question in the Adobe Photoshop Elements Forum ....

               

              Best wishes

               

              ATR

              Did I not just write that?  Is this your private forum where others should not participate?  What's up ATR?  Don't you routinely write that this is a forum of users?  Are you the only user?