By default the wooden and ceramic objects are fixed in position. (This is because of the shadows applied to the business cards, so that a small shadow is shown when the card is on object and a larger shadow is shown when the card is off the object.)
As mentioned above, the business cards can be moved, rotated and scaled to your preference but if you wish to move/scale the wooden or ceramic objects then the whole scene will need to be moved/scaled keeping the object/business card proportions. If you have a more than basic understanding of Photoshop then this is very easy to do.
If you wish to move or scale the whole scene you must:
1. Unlock the object layer by clicking the padlock icon on the ‘Object’ layer.
2. Link the layer masks to the shadow layers.This is done by expanding the ‘Card 1’ and ‘Card 2’ folders. Here you will see 2 or 3 shadow layers that are highlighted blue. Each of these layers has a layer mask.
Before moving or scaling the wooden or ceramic objects, all of these will need to be linked. Click in-between the layer mask and the layer thumbnail. A small ‘linking’ icon will appear.
3. Select the whole scene folder, in this example ‘Wooden Bowl’. Press CMD + T or CTRL + T and either move or scale the entire folder.
4. After you have moved or scaled the main folder you will then need to unlink all the layer masks. Simply do the reverse of the step 2 and click the ‘linked’ icon of the shadow layers. After you have unlinked them, you can then move the business cards.
Before moving or scaling the whole scene, you must link the layer masks of the highlighted blue shadow layers of the business cards. After you have moved or scaled the scene then you must unlink the layer masks.