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How do I diagonally crop images?
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killertomato [Avatar]
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So I have two images (both 16:9) and I'd like them to be cropped diagnolly so that one image is on top and one on the bottom but split diagnolly (so from the bottom left to top right there's a diagnol line seperating them).

I can't figure out how to do this precisely in Photodirector. Is there any tutorial or easy steps to follow? Using the drawing tools I get janky, crooked lines.
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Hello killertomato,

In the Edit module, it's quite simple to add a layer mask then reshape it in the way you wish. You'll find it will snap into place once the dividing line is straight.

Rather than a wordy explanation, here's a screen capture showing the steps.



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Quote Hello killertomato,

In the Edit module, it's quite simple to add a layer mask then reshape it in the way you wish. You'll find it will snap into place once the dividing line is straight.

Rather than a wordy explanation, here's a screen capture showing the steps.



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That's amazing, thank you so much!
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