Interesting or unusual photo edges can help create the mood of your yearbook spread. Below is a method for creating photo edges using Layer Masks. Edges created with Layer Masks can be edited to create even more effects. For more photo edge techniques, check out our other FAQs.
Work from a copy of the photo
* Open a photo by going to File > Open and double-clicking on the file name * Work from a copy of the photo * To save a copy, go to File > Save as * In the Save section, click on As a copy to add a checkmark to it * From the Format drop-down menu, choose Photoshop (*.PSD,*.PDD) in Windows or Photoshop on a Mac * This format will allow you to save the file with layers * The file can be edited at a later time * Click Save
Rename the background layer
* In the Layers palette, double-click the Background layer name * In the New Layer dialog box, type a new name for the layer. * This example uses Photo for the layer name. * This unlocks the layer so a layer mask can be added.
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