Creating Borders Around a Shape in Photoshop
So Christmas is upon us, this was actually recorded and posted on Christmas Eve, and maybe the eggnog has gone to my head. This application of the technique is a little seasonal and fun but it does have some practical applications too.
Here I add a border around a shape, but in a way that it matches the shape nicely.
You’re thinking Select > Modify > Expand aren’t you? Well, I think I’ve found a better way;
The text version of this video can be found on the Fotolia US blog 24/12/2014
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Seems like a great idea, wish I understood it though. Being deaf and
trying to follow with Google Gibberish captions is totally useless :(
Is it possible to create a traditional-looking mat around a photo in lightroom, or less preferably, Photoshop? Thank you!