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Chapter 14. Men at Work: How to Show You... > Creating Photo-Grid Posters - Pg. 399

The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Step Seven: Choose the second photo you want to appear on the grid from the Window menu. Again, switch to the Rectangular Marquee tool, press-and-hold the Shift key, and drag a perfectly square selection around the focal point of your image. Switch to the Move tool again, click within the selected area, and drag-and- drop it onto your grid document. ©SCOTT KELBY Step Eight: Since you've already used Free Transform to scale the first photo, you can now take advantage of a Photoshop command called "Transform Again." Just press Shift- Command-T (PC: Shift-Control-T), and the exact same resizing that was applied to the previous photo will be applied to this one. Just press Return (PC: Enter) to lock in your transformation, and then use the Move tool to position this photo to the right of your first photo, with just one grid square separating them. Continued How to Show Your Work Chapter 14 399