Sunday, August 30, 2015

Creative Expression: So many ways to frame! #3

Again, I've used Photoshop Artistry's texture and vector files. I've saved this image as a .png so that the background is transparent and you only see the circle border. Used the warp function in Photoshop to give my watermark a curve. And layer mask to create circle for image and border.

First effort

Couldn't decide if liked the dark or the light frame better so I'll let you take a vote.

Try out some new techniques and if you need help, Sebastian Michaels' Photoshop Artistry's course offers lots of inspiration.

OK, it's really time for me to get outside! But I seem to be on a roll with playing with frames. And besides, it's very hot. I think I'll try for tomorrow for a short hike.


  1. Both frames are great, but I think the light one might be my favorite.

  2. Yes, I agree about the frames. The light one seems to bring a bit of buoyancy to the image...a sort of sunny kind of energy.


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