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In this video tutorial, I show you how to resize an individual layer in Photoshop CC. There are times when you need to adjust the size of just one layer (Image, Text, Shap, Etc). and this method works for all of them.

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20 Replies to “How To Resize A Layer In Photoshop CC – Photoshop Tutorial”

  1. Holding shift doesn't maintain the aspect ratio for me, it allows full transform and misproportioning the image. I also don't get the X across the image when I do control+T. Photoshop 2020.

  2. You've got it backward for PS CC 2019: Edit > Transform > Scale is proportional by default. Holding shift allows disproportionate scaling. BUT… how can I set exact dimensions for a scale? No one seems to know but it seems to me that this is an essential feature! Adobe: pay attention!!!!

  3. Create a layer – or resize a layer to a specific size. I am not the only one who can't find this anywhere and yet it's a critical thing to do.

  4. Great video! Please update your video tutorial to explain that in the latest update to Photoshop CC 2019 it is no longer necessary to hold down the Shift key in order to retain the original proportions. In the updated version (2019) holding the Shift key results in releasing the proportion control.

  5. Ugh thank you I have been trying to figure this out for ages. Who knew something so simple would be so difficult to figure out haha

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