Articles tagged with borders and edge effects
Here is the royalty-free action as shown in Karen Brockney’s ‘Using the Action Player’ video tutorial.
In the second part of his Reusable Border Effects series, Dave shows you how to create a unique edge effect using layer masks and the Brush tool.
In the second part of this Instagram-inspired series, Elizabeth demonstrates how to add cool, film-like borders to your photos using the Pattern fill Adjustment Layer.
Here is the royalty-free border pack of eight high-resolution borders saved as a Pattern Fill adjustment layer set.
Dave shows you how to create a unique border for a photo using layer masks and then how to easily reproduce the effect on another photo.
There are numerous ways to customize your Out of Bounds images; here are a few ideas and some links for inspiration.
Instagram is one of the most popular apps on the iPhone right now; here’s how to get an Instagram-style look for your photos.
Corey shows off one of his “go-to” techniques for quickly creating a border/frame effect on a photo.
Corey continues his series on adding fun design accents to your photos by picking a cool “swirly” graphic to use around the edges of the frame.
Corey shows you how to transform a textured photo into a great border for framing your shots.
We show you two simple methods for creating eye-catching clipping masks for photos and type.
Photoshop Elements makes it easy to spice up the edges of your photos in a variety of ways, which is great fun for scrapbooking or when preparing a photo for the Web, poster, or newsletter.
Corey shows you how to use masking layers and the Twirl filter to make a very eye-catching composite photograph.
Fancy cut-out edges are great to use on your Scrapbook Pages and actually they are not too difficult to make.
Corey shows you a creative way to use a brush to paint borders around your images.