Image clipping via angled shape subtraction shifts cropped result

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May 31, 2021 May 31, 2021

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I was trying to clip an image/photo using two rectangles both angled at -30 degrees.  Whether I use one or both shapes to subtract from the image/photo, the clipped result is always shifted left, and over justifying the image doesn't change the result.  The image will be cropped somewhat properly, but the crop will cut off more of the left side than visually selected.  I tried manipulating things many ways, but couldn't find a workaround.  The attached screenshots show what I did the moment before subtraction the right shape from the photo, and the result afterward.  Notice the phone was clipped, but shifted left of the original position.  It does not clip where I originally selected it.

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IMHO importing cropped image from Ps can solve the problem.Did you try it?

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