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Hi Everyone, Miggi from Figma here with another Figma Tip. Images and photography play a big role in visual design and Im here to help you wrap your head around some of the best ways to bring them into Figma. Im going to start off by drawing out some shapes to serve as placeholders for the images I will be importing. From here, you can go to File Place Image. To speed things up, I will use the short key Command + Shift + K. I will select these 6 images that I downloaded from unsplash.com This will load in the images If any image exceeds 4096 pixels in either dimension, Figma may resize the imported image for performance Once ready, you will see the icon change to a preview of the image stack, and you can now click on the shapes to place the images. If you want to transfer an image to another shape, there is a great shortcut for that. Command + Option + C to copy the Image and Command + Option + V to Paste the image. Its best to think of the image as a fill on the shape, not