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Anyone decent with Photoshop wants to do a quick job for me?

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Got a vector image of a t-shirt design. I need it stretched out a bit without losing the ratio. Thx 

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If you create a merged copy

On Windows

1. Create a merged copy of all the layers

2. Turn all other layers off

3. Hit Ctrl+T

4. Hold Shift+Alt and play around with the edges ;-)

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That's the transform tool

That's the transform tool right? Hm ok didn't realize it'd be that easy. 

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Ok it's in pdf format I've

Ok it's in pdf format I've imported it into photoshop. As of yet it's not "transformable" I need to vectorize it? 

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Yeah, probly. I'd keep a

Yeah, possibly. I'd try the "Rasterize" option first though

I'd keep a duplicate of the original layers and mess around. But hey, if you can't make it work, lemme have a shot at it. I've got some time to kill right now