- But something is off. After I resized the photo, I can now see the empty part of the frame, the area in the template set aside for the front image. It is now showing as two thin gray strips on each side of the photo.
We can fix that by right-clicking on the photo and choosing Fit Frame to Photo from the menu.
Although I don’t want to do this with my sample card, I could also rotate the photo. There are a couple of ways to do this.
Here’s one way. Using the Move tool, click on the photo to select it. When you do this, you’ll notice a little circular handle pop up below the photo. Click on that handle and drag to rotate the photo. Your cursor will change into a curved, two-headed arrow as you do this.
- And this is another way. Again, first select the photo with the Move tool. Then hover your mouse just outside any of the corner bounding boxes of the selection. Your cursor will change into a curved, two-headed arrow. Then just drag to rotate the photo
- Now that I have my front photo resized and positioned in the frame, I want to move it to the other side of the card front. I’ll do this using the Move tool.
So I’m done working on my front-page image.
I’ll use the same tools and procedures to fix up the images on the second page of my card. Here’s what I get:
I’m happy with my greeting card photos.