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01/23/2006 01:38:26 AM · #1
Is there any easier way to put a frame around your photograph rather than drawing lines in Photoshop??

Thanks,

Di
01/23/2006 01:51:19 AM · #2
yes... a few ways

First is to Select All... then ise the stroke command. Use the stroke to the Inside of the selection.

Second is to resize the canvas with the background color being the color of the frame. Just add twice as many pixels as you want the frame to be wide to the canvas.

Message edited by author 2006-01-23 01:52:10.
01/23/2006 02:04:23 AM · #3
Thanks very much! Found the stroke command the easiest! Much, much easier than what I was doing! :)

Much appreciated,

Di
01/23/2006 02:07:26 AM · #4
You're very welcome.
01/28/2006 06:31:30 AM · #5
Thanks fotomann forever. what a great tip. I tried it and it works great. Sure saves alot of time by trying to draw lines. And thanks to ddgg for asking the question.
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