0 Replies Latest reply on Nov 20, 2012 12:47 AM by janelle_f

    Create Photo Frames

    janelle_f Adobe Employee

      How to create photo frames with Photoshop Touch

      Create a quick frame for your photo. Then use effects to add texture, dimension, and shading.

       

      1. After selecting the "Create a Photo Frames" tutorial, press "Begin Tutorial" to start. Tap Add Layer, then tap Empty Layer.

       

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      2. Choose the Rectangle Marquee selection tool from the toolbox.

       

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      3. Tap Corners and enter a radius of 15px.

       

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      4. Starting from the top left corner, create a selection for the inside of your frame.

      Tip: If you don't like the selection you've created, tap once anywhere on the screen to deselect and try again.

       

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      5. Choose Select > Inverse to select only the frame area.

       

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      6. Tap the & menu. Then choose Fill & Stroke.

       

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      7. Tap Color. Select a color and tap OK.

       

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      8. Choose Effects > Artistic > Scratches

       

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      9. Choose a color for the scratches, set type as Crumpled, and tap OK.

       

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      10. Choose Select > Deselect

       

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      11. Choose Effects > Basic > Bevel.

       

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      12. Adjust the Angle and other values and tap OK.

       

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      13. Choose Effects > Basic > Drop Shadow

       

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      14. Adjust the Angle and other values and tap OK.

       

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      15. Tap the back arrow in the top options bar. This will prompt you to save. Press Save to save your project.

       

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      Download this attachment to view this tutorial in PDF format.

       

      Janelle