... continued from the previous page.
Now for the picture frame...
5. Open an image of a picture frame in Photoshop, and drag this onto your document.
6. Press CTRL + T and use the Distort option to adjust the orientation of the frame.
7. Now add a Layer Mask to this new Frame layer.
8. Set the foreground and background colors as black and white, respectively.
9. Select Brush Tool and modify its settings as shown:
10. Using your brush tool, cut out the unwanted part of the frame so that your image looks like that below:
11. Double click the Frame layer to open Layer Style., and make the following changes:
12. Using the Eraser Tool, wipe out the rest of the image as shown below:
13. Now we will import the backgrounds. Open another image in Photoshop, then click and drag this onto your document. Make sure that this new image is below the car image -- or, in the layer behind the car image layer.
14. Open another image in Photoshop, then click and drag this image onto your document. Make sure that this new image is the topmost layer.
15. Now add a Layer Mask to this new Rain layer -- then, set the foreground and background colors as black and white, respectively.
16. Select Gradient Tool and modify its settings as shown:
17. Change its Blend Mode from Normal to Overlay.
Final Picture: . . . Voila.
This tutorial sent in by Roofi Sardar, a new Photoshop practitioner in Saudi Arabia. The site, owned by Jawwad, was started in February of 2011 at "PhotoshopLayer.com"
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ALSO SEE two other angles of this technique from the past :
Out Of Bounds Tutorial by Adri
Photoshop cut-out pops out of the frame by Photoshop 911
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VIDEO : Adobe Photoshop CS5 - HDR Toning TRAINING VIDEO
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