Using Photoshop CS6 to frame your pictures

Learning from other fellow bloggers how to use paint to fix photos and such…great idea!! Thanks

Russel Ray Photos

How I Did It

Pictures copyright 2012 Russel Ray Photos

Here is the simplest way I have found to use Photoshop CS6 to frame your pictures.

Decide which picture to frame. This might be the hardest step. 🙂 I’ll use a picture of Zoey the Cool Cat waiting for Santa Claus to deliver a mourning dove under the Christmas tree:

Zoey the Cool Cat and Christmas tree

Pictures copyright 2012 Russel Ray Photos

Do all of your photo editing work before framing. Your final picture is the one you want to frame. So that you can keep up with me here, resize your picture to 600 pixels on the longest side, the horizontal side. You can do that many ways, but I’ll show you how to do it here using Photoshop CS6.

Click on ImageImage Size. In the Width box, type 600, hit tab, and make sure the box now highlighted in blue reads Pixels. If it doesn’t, click on the down arrow and choose Pixels. Then hit

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1 Response to Using Photoshop CS6 to frame your pictures

  1. I guess I kind of have to like this one, don’t I?

    Thanks for the additional exposure!

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