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Wood Inlay in Photoshop


Recently my fellow Photoshop Nut, Gavin Hoey, posted a great tutorial on an Out of Bounds effect that I loved. Just for fun, I decided to use the technique on an old photo and change the background up a bit to an inlaid wood table top with some old photo strewn about under the out of bounds photo. That background is what I’m going to go over in this two part series. The first part is the wood inlaid table top…

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Janine Smith is the owner of Landailyn Research and Restoration, a Fort Worth, Texas based company whose services include family history research and photo restoration. Janine honed her skills in restoring badly damaged photos as a volunteer with Operation Photo Rescue, a non-profit organization whose mission is to repair photographs damaged by unforeseen circumstances such as house fires and natural disasters. <br> Janine’s work is well-known in the world of genealogical and historical societies, museums, libraries, university archives, and non-profit organizations; appearing on the board of directors for several organizations and institutions. She is a sought-after lecturer on photo restoration and preservation to libraries, genealogical and historical societies. <br> In addition to being a Lynda.com author, Janine is the author of many articles on research and restoration appearing in newspapers and magazines, both on and offline. Janine's history and photo restoration columns appear regularly on TipSquirrel.com and in the popular Shades Of The Departed Digital Magazine. <br> Janine is the winner of the 2010 “Photoshop User Award” in the photo-restoration category.

2 Comments on Wood Inlay in Photoshop

  1. Jim_T // 26/01/2011 at 8:43 pm //

    That was great! Thanks!

  2. Audrey Hamilton // 27/01/2011 at 2:41 pm //

    Thanks for the tutorial on the wood inlay. I’m looking forward to part 2.
    Audrey Hamilton

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