Scan or photographing paper to add a deckled edge Photoshop CS6 Photoshop CS6


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Scanning or photographing paper to add a deckled edge

There's a variety of different ways that you can add edge effects to your images. One of my favorite ways is to use either a scan of an edge of paper or take a photograph of it. So, I have two images open right now, this Magnolia and the PaperEdge. I'll go under Window and then Arrange, and let's tile these 2-Up vertically. What I want to do is I want to use the edge of this piece of paper right here. And the way that I created this file was I simply took a piece of watercolor paper and tore the paper into strips. I then set those strips down on the scanner. And if you just leave the scanner lid open, the way that the scanner works is that as it scans the paper, the light will actually fall off between the scanned paper and the ceiling, and so you get a black background.

But I could have also taken a picture of the strips of paper on just a black background. I'll select my Marquee tool and then click and drag to select this edge. I'll then use my Move tool to move thi...

Scanning or photographing paper to add a deckled edge
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Scanning or photographing paper to add a deckled edge provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training

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Photography
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