Avon uses nonrepeating photographic imagery like this in the background of its web pages—a cut-out photograph is pasted on a white background that is so large it restricts the browser from tiling. Visit www.avon.com to see what I mean.
TRY IT To create a nonrepeating photographic background tile like the one shown at the end of this tip in Figure 4-6, begin by opening a photographic image in Photoshop using the File I Open command. In addition, make sure you also have your mockup file open in Photoshop. If you don't, either open it or create a new one with the appropriate page size. (For help with this, see the earlier tip "Begin Designing with the Appropriate Page Size.") Then follow the steps listed here:
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