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Hi everyone, just thought I would share a tutorial with you.

- Open image
- Select Layer > New > Layer from background
- Duplicate Layer
- Select Layer > Arrange > Send Backward
- Click on bottom layer Select Image > Resize > Canvas Size
- Choose New size > 1.5” Width & Height > OK
- Still on bottom layer Select Image > Transform > Free Transform
- Drag anchor points on each side to edge of canvas > Enter
- Select Enhance > Adjust Lighting > Brightness/Contrast > Adjust Brightness to 20-50
- OK
- Select Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur > Radius 20-30% > OK
- Add any texture to the bottom blurry layer such as Filter > Distort > Glass and play with settings >
Distortion > 10 > Smoothness > 5 > Texture > Frosted > Scaling > 150%
- On the top image layer, you can apply a stroke or bevel or drop shadow.
- Flatten and finish with a frame of your choice.

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Cheers
Dennis
Cheers
Dennis
http://www.prestophoto.com/aussieden
Olympus E-300, Zuiko 40-150mm,Zuiko 11-22mm
PSE 4 & ACR 4.1
That looks great, Dennis. Thank you so much for sharing
Dennis, Thanks. A classy glassy look and not too difficult. :thumbsup:
This too shall pass. Is that so? Maybe.
GAIL
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Dennis, great looking frame. Can't wait to try out the tut.

Congrats to you also on first and third place in the newsletters Hall of Fame Image of the Month for West Cape Wave and Old Trawler.

Kim
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Tx, Den. Will give it a try. Really like the look. :thumbsup:
Love this frame. I printed it out and will give it a try. :)
I really like the effect. I printed it and will try it tonight. :thanks:
Here is my try at the glass frame. I really like it.

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Thanks for sharing Dennis - that looks like a great technique!

Carol I think you've done a great job on it!
Well done Carol, I think you got it! :thumbsup:
Flowers are a good subject for this framing.

Cheers
Dennis
Cheers
Dennis
http://www.prestophoto.com/aussieden
Olympus E-300, Zuiko 40-150mm,Zuiko 11-22mm
PSE 4 & ACR 4.1
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