Create A Frame With Overlap  

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Create A Frame With Overlap
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This is my first ever attempt at a Tutorial and it is very basic but I hope someone may find it useful :)
I have been asked several times how I create out of frame images.
I understand there are many ways to achieve the effect.
This is the way I do it.
Examples . .Lily and Geranium

LINK for Foto Frame plugin


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12/11/11 1:07 PM GMT
Nice one and thanks Lyn...
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12/11/11 1:19 PM GMT
Looks to me like you have done a superb job on this tutorial! Thanks Lyn for taking the time. Tigs♥ =^..^=

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12/11/11 2:49 PM GMT
Excellnt Ture Lyn!...I have used that foto frame before, albeit a long time ago!

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12/11/11 2:55 PM GMT
Thanks for this tutorial Lyn. I've already downloaded the free ( plugin, and have saved your tutorial. Will give it a try soon.
To me you've done a great job!

Regards, Cornelius.
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12/11/11 3:14 PM GMT
Thanks Lyn. Not sure if it will work with my editor or not but sure hope so!!

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12/11/11 3:34 PM GMT
Well now. This sure beats dealing with 'marching ants" in Photoshop! Expect lots of OOB images now! You did a really fine job of setting up this tutorial.
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12/11/11 6:42 PM GMT
Thanks for sharing this technique with everyone, Lyn, as well as the fruits of your labor. What you won't be able to share, however, is your ability with the camera itself (that only comes to the individual with time and perseverance). That and the beautiful New Zealand landscape. Happy holidays!

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12/11/11 7:22 PM GMT
It looks like a good tute that I must try LE. Glad to see you didn't put all your eggs in one basket.


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People are like cameras--sometimes they lose focus.
12/11/11 7:33 PM GMT
Great tutorial. I'll bet it's a PC program.
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12/12/11 1:18 AM GMT
Yes, sorry Jen - Windows only.
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12/12/11 4:16 PM GMT
Thanks,,,tried what you've showed but it doesn't yet look as good as yours...maybe with a little time & practice.
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12/12/11 8:47 PM GMT
Thank you Eve.I have PSP,i think i give it a try.
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12/13/11 6:03 AM GMT
Excellent tutorial GE!

Thanks you so much for taking the time to post this.

It gives your images a distinct edge :)
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12/14/11 9:40 PM GMT
We Thank Ya!!
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12/16/11 12:39 AM GMT
Lyn - A very good tutorial - though my Mac disagrees. :-) Thad
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12/18/11 7:07 PM GMT
Faving and thanks for the info, plus downloaded it
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06/04/12 1:57 PM GMT
I was just going through the permanent galleries and found this tutorial. I am thinking of trying an overlap frame soon, so thank you for your help and advice. Fav'd for future reference!
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