Using pre-built borders


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Using pre-built borders

Another way to add a custom border to one of your images is to use a border that's already been created, or for that matter to create one yourself, either by taking a picture of something or scanning some type of material, or simply by Googling around. You'll soon discover that there are lot of different types of frames and edges out there. Many of these are free to use. Well, let's take a look at how we can add an external frame to a photograph. We'll be working on two images: mickey.tif and frame.psd. Hold down the Command key on a Mac, Ctrl key on a PC and click on both images.

Then press Command+O for Mac users, Ctrl+O for PC users. All right. Well, so far you can see that we have this portrait of Mickey here. And here he is inside of his shaping bay. He's a famous surfer and surfboard shaper, a bit of a legend. And what I want to do is I want to add this old kind of film-distressed frame to this image. So all that we need to do is to set these two images side-by-...

Using pre-built borders
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Using pre-built borders provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5 for Photographers

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Photography
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