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  • Frame for brochure images!

    I did this frame this afternoon. After I made it, I figured the people on the 4um would like it so I decided to share.

    So here ya go!

    How to do this!

    1.) Create a letter sized document in Photoshop.
    2.) Place an image on that document.
    3.) Duplicate Background layer.
    4.) Take brush, with the color of your choice, and paint around the image (and be sure to
    paint on the inside of the image too!),
    ~please be sure you are on the duplicated background layer.
    5.) Take the Rectangular Marquee Tool, and crop an area outside of the image.
    6.) Click "Select" and then go & click "inverse"
    ~You will now see that everything OUTSIDE of the area just outside of the image
    is now selected.
    ~Delete that area.
    7.) Now select an area just inside of the image area, still on the duplicated
    background layer, and click delete.
    Now you have a nice flat frame!
    To add dimension:
    8.) Click the Bevel & Emboss on the Layer Style menu.
    ~Make the Size 30 px.
    9.) Now click contour and leave it at 50%.
    10.) Now click Texture, and select the texture you want the frame.

    WALAH!

    You have a frame on your brochure!

    Enjoy!

    Michael
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    I LOVE my lab, H&H!

  • #2
    Cool Idea!!!!!!! Well worth the price of admission!!!!!

    Rick

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    • #3
      That looks pretty cool! I'ma gonna have ta give it a try.
      Geaux Saints!!!

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      • #4
        Not only is it cool! You can change the type of frame too! It can be EVEN COOLER! Just change the texture and bang! You've got it!

        Plus, it is all about sharing, isn't it?

        Michael
        I LOVE my lab, H&H!

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        • #5
          Great idea!

          I like the idea and it will be fun to play around and expand on it. Thanks for sharing!

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          • #6
            Michael
            Thanks for sharing, that looks really cool
            Cliff

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