Avoiding frame clipping


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Avoiding frame clipping

Many of the Nik plugins allow you to add frames or borders to your images, such as in this one here. However, as you can see in this photograph, this border has managed to clip off an important part of the image. If we go back to the original, you can see that the tip of the boat is just very, very close to the edge. So, if we add a frame under here, chances are, we're going to cut it off. So, if you have an image like this, where you don't want to clip off an important part of the image. Now, what you can do is first expand the canvas using a tool like Photoshop so that you can then add a frame without cutting off an important part of the image.

Let's go ahead and start by opening this up in Photoshop. Regardless of what your host application is, even if you're just working in Photoshop natively, this process will be relatively the same. The first thing we need to do is expand our canvas. From the Image menu, choose Canvas Size. And if you click on Relativ...

Avoiding frame clipping
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Avoiding frame clipping provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Joseph "PhotoJoseph" Linaschke as part of the Nik Creative Effects Workshop

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