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Adobe Illustrator Tutorial: How to Crop Raster Image

posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Illustrator Tutorials / Web Design/ Comments: 0

We often use raster images in Adobe Illustrator, for example, for the   Live Trace, Mosaic Effect, Halftone Effect, or simply as a reference   image. This technique allows us to crop raster images directly in Adobe   Illustrator without using Photoshop or any other raster editor. This   technique was developed by my friend Igor Tchernitsyn.

You can read it here.

Don’t be confused because of the number of steps needed to cut raster   image, it will take you less then 30 seconds to perform all the actions.   I hope you enjoyed this tut.

You can read this vector tutorial here.

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