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    Can anyone tell me how to create the look of torn edges around a picture? I'd appreciate the help!


  • #2
    Torn Edges Tutorial

    There are a lot of ways to accomplish this...lasso a rough selection around the edge of your image & delete and if you want to go a step further you can apply PhotoShop filters such as torn edges, ocean ripple, crystallize and so on.

    Here is a quick PhotoShop tutorial on creating torn paper edges

    Think I will start a thread in the Studio forum so people can add their torn edges techniques...



    • #3
      Thanks alot, T Edge!


      • #4
        oops... heh. I mean T Paul


        • #5
          You're welcome!



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