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Urgent! Please Help. Photoshop Wizards/Experts? Faking a "Polaroid" Help


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hi guys can anyone help me do this?

i would like to make these pictures






into something like this


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If you can find a polaroid and scan it and then just mask the picture and then overlay your pic that would be the easiest thing to do.
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If you can find a polaroid and scan it and then just mask the picture and then overlay your pic that would be the easiest thing to do.

Just google Polaroid
http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=htt...%3DpJn%26sa%3DN

Save that frame as a .PNG
Open that in PS

Select all, copy.

Open your image in PS.
Paste...

Should come out perfect... the .png file I linked includes transparency which should layer perfectly.

Course you will probably need to select the upper or lower layer to Control + t to transform it to match



are the instructions i found on google.com


howeveri dont have photoshop! anyone with photoshop ? help me pls!
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Just google Polaroid
http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=htt...%3DpJn%26sa%3DN

Save that frame as a .PNG
Open that in PS

Select all, copy.

Open your image in PS.
Paste...

Should come out perfect... the .png file I linked includes transparency which should layer perfectly.

Course you will probably need to select the upper or lower layer to Control + t to transform it to match



are the instructions i found on google.com


howeveri dont have photoshop! anyone with photoshop ? help me pls!
Your pictures and the Polaroid frames dimension don't match up at all, so there is going to be some major cropping issues.

P.S That will be 20 dollars now please. ^-^" j/k

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