Digital Photography: Painted Borders For Your Photos

May 18, 2013

Digital Photography: Painted Borders For Your Photos

Adding a cool, hand-painted-style border to your photos is a quick and easy way to give your images a fun effect and up the interest factor. Gavin Hoey shows you how in this quick tutorial from TipSquirrel.com :

The artwork Gavin uses in this video can be downloaded at:

Hand Painted Border Brushes For Photoshop.

I’ve also created some fun borders for myself. I used a couple of these to create the effect on the photo above. They are yours free for download at the link below:




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