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How do you snap the cursor to guides in Photoshop?
I want to snap my cursor to the very middle of my canvas. I have made two markers that are in the centre of the image and I want to snap my cursor to the very centre. Also if there is a way to do this without using guides, that will be great, I just need to snap my cursor to the very centre to draw some shapes. I am using Photoshop CS6. Thanks for any help in advance!

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You are going about this all the wrong way. Draw a shape anywhere, it doesn't matter where. CTRL+Click the shape layer and the background Layer - so you have both selected. Choose the Move Tool. Click on the align horizontal and align vertical icons in the Tool Options along the top of the window.



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Attaching pictures in Photoshop?
I use Photoshop cs6 and I'm trying to put four photos together (side by side) to make it one big photo. Help?

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New document. Import each image to a separate layer. Press CTRL T to and scale the image to the size you want. Hint: hold shift to scale image proportionally and alt to scale from the centre of rotation. Just move and scale to the desired positions.



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How to do this style in Photoshop CS6?
I like the ads of The CW this Fall 2012. It's a photo where some parts of the original photo were blown up and black & white then the center of the ad is the colored and original photo. It's like this, photos from Gossip Girl series finale promo https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151173086377901&set=a.57198227900.69103.8811587900&type=1&permPage=1 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151171700192901&set=a.57198227900.69103.8811587900&type=1&permPage=1 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151170103442901&set=a.57198227900.69103.8811587900&type=1&permPage=1 Pls help me. I want to try this in some of my projects. Thank you!

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Duplicate the background layer. Resize the duplicated layer (Background copy) to fit like you want it. Blur the background layer, add effects to the duplicated (Background copy) layer. Done.




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