InDesign’s Content-Aware Fit scales and repositions an image based on the size and dimension of the Frame, displaying the best parts of an image.

Create your frames and layouts

Create the frame dimensions and overall layout for your catalog pages.

InDesign workspace with frames drawn to form a catalog page layout

Drag the image into the frame

A JPG image of a house is dragged into a frame in the top-left corner of the layout
The frame in the top-left corner of the layout displays the image of a house.

Click Content-Aware Fit

Click the Content-Aware Fit button (to make it the default frame fitting option, go to Preferences > General and select Make Content-Aware Fit the default frame fitting option).

A cursor hovers over the Content-Aware Fit button in the Frame Fitting section of the General Preferences dialog box.

Content-Aware Fit automatically scales and repositions the image into the frame, based on the context and focal point of the image.

The image of a house in the top-left corner frame is scaled to fit within the frame based on the focal point
The image of a house in the top-left corner frame is scaled to display the entire building within the frame

Fine-tune the fit


You retain total creative control. Fine-tune the new fit as desired.

All of the frames in the layout have been populated with images of modern buildings

The final result

Adobe Sensei’s machine-learning technology saves you time and helps you display the best parts of your images.

The final design after adjusting the frame settings to scale and display each building image as desired
04/07/2020
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