Photobooth Template for Photoshop
For this post I made a very simple template for creating a photo booth type photo strip. You can download the template here. Its easy enough to use but there’s a couple of Photoshop techniques in the video too.
The photographs used in this post were taken by Saskia Cole. Please check out her website and say hello on Facebook. Thanks Saskia!
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Hi Eric. I wondered if you could do a tutorial video to show how to do this:-
I’ve got an old photo of my great grandparents that measures 12″x16″.
I’d like to know how to scan it as two A4 scans, then join them perfectly to reproduce
the original image.
So I can do some retouch work on the combined image, before having the
image printed and passed on to members of my family.
If it was a smaller original, I’d have no problem.
Regards Paul wayman
Está bem legal, parabéns!
Very nicely done, thanks for sharing the PSD.
Thanks, simple to use 🙂
Eric, is there a way to edit the template to allow five photos to be
inserted in a horizontal photo strip with an area 968 pixels wide and 251 pixels high? We initiated a 5-Peak Challenge within the 7,200 acres of Mission Trails Regional Park and we want to add a 5 photo, photo strip to a slider that will contain the photo strips of all those who have completed the challenge and would like their photo strip added to our website with their name and date they completed the 5-Peak Challenge. http://mtrp.org/five_peaks01
Jay Executive Director
Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation