ROUNDED CORNERS – We want matching rounded corners to crop or frame an image. The problem with the Cookie Cutter tool is that the corners are fine if we cut out a square. However, if we extend the cutter to a rectangle, the rounded corners become skewed in favor of the longer side. It is no longer a symmetrical rounded corner. Ideally, we would be able to select the rounding radius for all corners regardless of the size or shape. How do we set the tool so that all the corners match?
Adobe Community Professional, Dec 16, 2020Dec 16, 2020
Jeff Arola • Adobe Community Professional, Dec 16, 2020Dec 16, 2020
You can use the Rounded Rectangle Tool in order to control the rounded corner size. 1. Select the Rounded Rectangle Tool, set the Radius and draw out your rectangle. 2. Double click on your Background Layer to turn it to a regular layer and move it above the Shape layer 3, Go to Layer>Create Clipping Mask 4. To crop the image Ctrl or Cmd click on the Shape layer to load a selection around the rectangle 5. Go to Image>Crop 6. Select>Deselect