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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Polaroids in Photoshop

I've looked around online, but haven't found a good, simple Polaroid frame for Photoshop. (I think it would be a frame). I found tutorials before, but I was hard for me to follow, since I was new to the program. So, since I learned how to use clipping masks, and how to make my own storyboard using them, I decided to make my own Polaroid frame.

The cool thing is, once I made it, I just saved the Photoshop file, and now I can easily turn any photo I want into a Polaroid in seconds.

Here's how it turned out:

I had a little fun adding text and shapes to this one. :D


  1. That's really neat! Great work. =)


  2. I know! Isn't it fun to do things like that? I feel so blessed to have photoshop. Love it. Adobe rocks my socks off...if I were wearing some, that is. But I guess it works, cuz they're off. Have been for awhile...Okay, rambly here. ;-)

  3. Thanks, Samantha!

    Photoshop is a lot of fun! I can't believe that less than half a year ago, I'd never used it before.
    It defiantly rocks my socks off! I'm wearing some... ;-)

  4. I love those, Sereina!! Great job. :)

  5. you take great pictures...what kind of camera do you use? i am getting a new one soon...and i need to know what ones are good. and about how much does photoshop cost? ive been interested for quite sometime.

  6. Thank you, girls!

    Ashley - I use a Sony A100 with a 50mm f/1.8 lens.

    I edit with Photoshop Elements, which if you get version 8 (the newest version) which is going for $85 on Amazon. It's an awesome program.

  7. great great work!!! love it!!!

  8. Very cute work. You're quite talented!

    Funny story...when my six year old (then five) had his tonsils removed the nurse took a polaroid of him with us. He thought is was the most fascinating thing to watch. Too funny.



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