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Crop Masks to different files

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Hello everyone

I hope someone could help me out here,.

 

So basically I am working on some printing project and I have a specific crop mask in a shape of a hexagon in the size I need.

What I am trying to do is to crop a photo into 7 different of those hexagons to create a"flower" . The thing is I need each of those hexagons to be cropped accuratley and saved as different files in the specific dimensions to match my template.

How can I execute something like this? 

Also, 

I am looking to create a real - dimension ruller with the measurments units and numbers ( to print as a grid ) , is this possible?

Attached some photos , hope this is clear... 

Tomer5F8F_0-1602589911320.png

So basically I need a mask to each of those hexagons, but I also need each crop piece to be saved seperatley and to be positiond / embedded in my printing template

Tomer5F8F_1-1602590084322.png

Is there anyway to do anything like that? 

 

Thank you! 

T

 

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Crop Masks to different files

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Hello everyone

I hope someone could help me out here,.

 

So basically I am working on some printing project and I have a specific crop mask in a shape of a hexagon in the size I need.

What I am trying to do is to crop a photo into 7 different of those hexagons to create a"flower" . The thing is I need each of those hexagons to be cropped accuratley and saved as different files in the specific dimensions to match my template.

How can I execute something like this? 

Also, 

I am looking to create a real - dimension ruller with the measurments units and numbers ( to print as a grid ) , is this possible?

Attached some photos , hope this is clear... 

Tomer5F8F_0-1602589911320.png

So basically I need a mask to each of those hexagons, but I also need each crop piece to be saved seperatley and to be positiond / embedded in my printing template

Tomer5F8F_1-1602590084322.png

Is there anyway to do anything like that? 

 

Thank you! 

T

 

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»but I also need each crop piece to be saved seperatley and to be positiond / embedded in my printing template«

What does that mean? What is the template – an Indesign-file, …? 

 

Have you created the hexagons as Paths? 

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We use a PSD as a template and embedding a photo onto it with a mask and a bit of over-spray 

 

Not sure if its defined as a path, could you spread some light there? 

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Tommygun2020_0-1602592995876.png

 

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So what I need is that each clip mask will be saved as an indivdual file,...

File number 1

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Number 2

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And so on ...

 

 

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1) Say what? 

 

2) Did you create Paths? If you did that could either be Shape Layers (Solid Color Layers with Vector Masks) or Paths as listed in the Paths Panel. 

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@c.pfaffenbichler is asking whether you have paths, vector mask or whether image is clipped to vector paths.

 

In your case, from what I see on screenshots you can use existing masks to crop image to particular parts using right clcik on mask > Apply Layer Mask. If your image is converted to Smart Object Layer then you need to rasterize SO layer before aplying layer mask. If that is what you want? Later you can export layers as separate files.

 

Update: Go to File > Export > Layers to Files... Is that what you are looking for?

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Templates and scripts is the way to go. If the images do not need to be rotated or have distortion  or warping added like as perspective view all you need in the collage template a background layer and alpha channels to maps the images placement locations, sizes, shapes and stack order.  The collage populating script can optionally add layer style to the placed in images and optionally stamp file name on the place images aligned to one of  nine image quadrants and also style the added text layers. Images will be resized  to fill the collage's images areas and mask to shape.

 

If you need images to have rotation, distortion, warping ect. You need to create a mockup Template.  That you use smart object layer you add the rotation, distortion. Perspective warping and also Mask to shape,  The Mockup Populating Script will just replace the Smart object layers  content using Replace content or editing the smart objects and fit the replacement image to the object.

 

Free Photoshop Photo Collage and Mockup Toolkit 

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