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Old 08-08-2005, 16:03   #1 (permalink)
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Borders in Photoshop elements 3.0

I know most of you have the latest and the greatest I am sure, but can anyone tell me how to make borders around my pictures in 3.0 I have tried and tried and can't seem to figure it out. I can't seem to find any tutorials on it either. Should this be straight forward for me and I'm an idiot or what?:P Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks and I'll keep looking around for answers.

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Old 08-08-2005, 16:39   #2 (permalink)
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All I ever do in Photoshop is increase the canvas size by 5 millimetres, with the colour either black, or white, depending on the picture. In Elements click Image > Resize > Canvas size, to open the dialog box. Hope that's what you were after .
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Old 08-08-2005, 21:30   #3 (permalink)
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thanks Adrian I'll give it a go and see..........
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In CS you can make it an action as well so al you do is click a button and it does it automatically, I'm not sure if elments can do it but worth checking.
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Old 09-08-2005, 19:14   #5 (permalink)
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All I ever do in Photoshop is increase the canvas size by 5 millimetres, with the colour either black, or white, depending on the picture. In Elements click Image > Resize > Canvas size, to open the dialog box. Hope that's what you were after .

Yes that is exactly what I was after Adrian. Thanks for your help.It worked. Drumroll please..... Ta da!!!
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I've started using 'Mikes Framer' as from last night.

I have the free version but he has a more sophisticated version for which he charges 4.99 by Paypal which I will definitely be buying.
It's a JS based automated script and once you have set the basics up and saved a couple of templates is fully automated apart from adding a Title in a dialogue box.
My pic below doesn't show the exif data which it is capable of adding automatically but not in a jpeg, but you could size and save a tiff and add the frame first then convert the whole thing to jpeg.



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nice shots from both!
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Ooh, thanks for the tip Re: Mikes Framer - having a play with it now!!!!
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Your'e very welcome (to Mikes Framer and the forum!)
I think someone else uses it here too.
It's a doddle once you get used to it.

I used to live in Golborne BTW (Warrington postcode at least!)
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I used to live in Golborne BTW (Warrington postcode at least!)
Its a very small world, I used to work in Golborne :icon_eek:
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Golborne, such a lovely place.....:whistles:

Isnt that in Wigan, not Warrington? (Well it's in Greater Manchester anyway )
 
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