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In Topic: Upgrading PSE 6 to PSE 14

Yesterday, 01:02 AM

Welcome back, Karina! So good to see you again!

In Topic: Welcome Susie Roberts!

Yesterday, 01:01 AM

Welcome, Susie! It's so good to have you here at Scrap Girls!

In Topic: Clipping Mask suddenly stopped

22 September 2016 - 01:05 AM

You could also use the rectangular marquee tool to draw a rough rectangle over each photo spot (plus a tiny bit of frame) then right click and "layer via copy."  That way you have a new layer to use as a photo mask.  Just move it under the frame.  This is the same idea April mentioned, but you end up with mask layers.  So your layers would be - bottom: mask.  middle:photo (then Control G). top: frame. Of course, you'd have two layers for every photo opening.   Save the whole thing as a psd and you can use it again.


With so many photos so close together, trying to get a different photo under each frame opening is pretty tricky.  I did it before I learned the marquee tool, and I definitely wouldn't do it again.

In Topic: 2017 calendar 11x17 pro printing, less than $1/page

17 September 2016 - 11:27 PM

Thanks so much, Linda!

In Topic: 2017 Calendars

13 September 2016 - 12:30 AM

Yay, Brandy!