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Tutorial for Photo Frames or Matting

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Old 03-14-2008, 11:40 AM
Karen615 Karen615 is offline
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Tutorial for Photo Frames or Matting

Does anyone know of a cool Photoshop tutorial for my needs? I’d even settle for buying a digital frame or matting through a service if anyone knows of any.

I have an 11x17” frame – I have 2 photos that I want to be able to fit into this frame in separate openings, but have the same backing/frame/matting. I can size the photos to any size I want. I want to find a tutorial (or as I mentioned a service who sells digital frames or matting) that shows me how to create realistic matting or frames. I was searching Google and didn’t really find anything interesting. All of my photos are old black & white photos. So, I would need a frame that matched well with B&W. ANY help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, Karen
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