A photo can edit to look like a frame placed around it. This free Photoshop tutorial for beginners will show you how to do it right.
The tools that we will use for this tutorial are
- Rectangular Marquee Tool
- Bevel and Emboss
- Polygonal Lasso Tool
- Paint Bucket Tool
This Free Adobe Photoshop Tutorial will help you to get the most out of it.
Here is how it is doing.
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Getting the Photo
The first thing you need to do is open the photo you want to edit.
- Select File > Open and open it.
- Then the guideline should use to indicate the limit on which the board should apply. This guideline should obtain from the ruler.
- Usually, the ruler displayed above and left of the image in the photoshop application window.
- If it does not, you can go to View > Rules and get it.
- Now click on the ruler at the top and drag it down.
- Now the mouse pointer comes with a guideline.
- It should now move down from the top edge of the photo to the thickness of the frame.
Application of guideline
- Next, you need to get another guideline to indicate the thickness of the border from the bottom edge of the photo.
- To use it, click on the top ruler and bring it to the bottom.
- Next is the size of both sides of the frame.
- To do this, click on the ruler on the left and drag it to the guideline image.
- Then they are applying.
Setting the frame
After using the guideline, you should select the part where the frame should apply.
To do this,
- Select the Rectangular Marquee Tool in the toolbox.
- Now in the guideline, select the remaining rectangle in the middle of the photo.
- Now you should select the part other than the frame to use.
- Select the Select > Inverse.
- This will select the partition you want to use for frame, and this section should configure to look like the frame.
- To do so, first press the Ctrl + C key on the keyboard and copy the previously selected partition and press Ctrl + V to paste it to a new layer.
- Then only the frame will copy to a new layer.
- The guideline initially used is no longer need.
- Select the move tool from the toolbox and click on the guidelines one by one and drag it to the ruler.
- You should customize the settings of the new layer in the frame.
- To do this, first, select the copied layer and click on the Layer > Layer style > Bevel and Emboss.
- This will open a layer style box and selected the Bevel and Emboss on the left.
- Now through the settings on the right,
- Technique – Chisel Hard
- Depth – 100%
- Direction – Up
- Size – 7
- Soften – 10
This will change the appearance of the border accordingly.
- You can adjust this value to fit a boarder.
- The preview checkbox on the right should select if you want to see how the border looks when changing.
- Next, select the texture to the left of the layer style box.
- Then click on the pattern dropdown menu on the right and click on the Gray Granite.
- This seems to change the nature of the frame. Now click OK to apply these settings permanently.
Set the color of the frame
The next step is to set the color of the frame.
- Click on the Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation. this will open the Hue/Saturation box.
- Select the colorize checkbox in the right. It is easy to color the entire layer using a single color.
- Now use the Hue and Saturation handles to adjust the color of the frame.
- Now you have to click on the OK button to confirm these settings.
Apply Additional Styling
You can enhance the beauty by using a few thick lines on one side.
To do this,
- First, click on the Create a new layer button at the bottom of the layer palette and get a new layer.
- Now you need to select one part of the layer as a thin strip.
- Right-click on the lasso tool in the toolbox and click Polygonal Lasso Tool from the menu.
- Now put the mouse pointer at the top of the frame and click on it. A clickable line draws from where you clicked.
- Now press the shift key. You can select a line with a shape of 45°. Then move the mouse pointer a little to the right and click.
- Again, press shift key of the keyboard and move the mouse pointer to the point where the selection started.
- Then clicking on the start point to close the line gives you the selection.
- Now, this selection section should fill with white. You should use the Paint Bucket Tool.
- Then the opacity of the layer palette should reduce to 50% to keep the blank part of the color transparent.
- After obtaining one line, it is necessary to receive duplicate copies of it.
- Finally, click on the frame layer in the layer palette and drag it over the other layers.
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