In the Composing mode of selective drawing you have the oppor-tunity to build up to 4 levels of images
into your current motif. To switch into the composing modus, click on the “composing” button (1).
From the list of choices (2) you can choose with which composing level you want to work with.
With the button (3) you activate the currently chosen mask. Now you can through a click on the frame of the image (4) upload any image you wish to create the next level.
You can use RAW images, Jpg, Tiff as well as several other image formats. Underneath the display screen you will find the parameter area that begins with two buttons with the following functions:
(5) Multiple Application
Reduce the size of the image on a different level than the one that you´re currently working on. With this option you will be able to stretch the reduced image outwards (up, down, left, right).
(6) Determine the Width-to-Height Ratio
This function allows you to determine the width-to-height ratio of the uploaded levels, since the width-to-height ratio in an uploaded image level can differentiate from the current image you´re working on. This preserves the proportion of the levels.
(7) Horizontal Reflection
This function allows the image layer to be mirrored horizontally. This enables more precise adjustment to the current image without having to make changes to the image layer.
(8) Vertical Reflection
This function allows the image layer to be mirrored vertically. This enables more precise adjustment of the current image without having to make changes to the image layer.
(9) The Control-Parameter
Width-to-height ratio: If the width-to-height ratio isn´t fixed with the button (6), you will be able to change the width-to-height ratio however you desire.
Zoom: Choose the size of that image level by zooming in or out
Shifting horizontally: Move the image level to the left or right
Shifting vertically: Move the image of that level up or down.
Exposure to light: Exposure levels in your current image may not always match those of the image level. Here you can adapt the exposure and darken or brighten the images however you want until they match.