How to add grass and move objects?

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May 15, 2022 May 15, 2022

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I need this picture in portrait format

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How to add grass and move objects?

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May 15, 2022 May 15, 2022

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Start with a picture of just grass in the format you want.

Then place the existing picture(as a smart object) and mask one of the objects and move it into position.

Next Duplicate the Smart Object, clear the mask on the duplicate and make a new mask of the second object

Repeat until you have all objects in position

Put all the smart objects into a group and either paint a shadow or just add a drop shadow (painting will be more accurate)

 

 

Of course, given that there are no elements that would look incorrect at 90 degrees (such as text) you could just turn the whole image on its side.

 

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I removed all the objects how to rotate the image to make it vertical?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 15, 2022 May 15, 2022

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@davescm wrote:

Of course, given that there are no elements that would look incorrect at 90 degrees (such as text) you could just turn the whole image on its side.

 

 


@MaxBMX23868857o9na wrote:

I removed all the objects how to rotate the image to make it vertical?


 

Image menu > Image Rotatation > X°. If this works for you, your job is done. You could also re-shoot the picture.

 

Also, to clarify: Photoshop does not see "objects" — it sees pixels. 

 

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How to move objects and use the smart object?

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Or to make it easier just move the objects in the middle

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LEGEND ,
May 15, 2022 May 15, 2022

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But all of the objects are cut off. If you move them they will be incomplete. You can cut them out, sure. But then there will be a transparent or white hole. 

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LEGEND ,
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Also, please say: why not just rotate everything together? Job done in 10 seconds. 

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Yes but we can’t see the whole objects

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LEGEND ,
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Just rotate it all. Makes it portrait. Done. 

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LEGEND ,
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Here, you seem to be making a simple job very, very complicated, even for an expert. Use Image Rotate from the Image menu.

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