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Polaroid Snapshots

Learn how to make one big shot in the form of several Polaroid photos with this photoshop tutorial.
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  • Category: Photoshop/Photoshop Misc

  • Submitted on: 2008-04-20 10:23:54

  • Submitted By: Devesh Khanna

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You all probably know how Polaroid snapshots look like. A lot of interesting effects can be created on the basis of Polaroid photographs. One of them is the effect of the several photos on the table. And here the following idea has come into my head - to make one big shot in the form of several Polaroid photos.

So let's start. Open the picture you wish to apply this affect to in photoshop. I've chosen this photo with puppies.

Now go to Image>Canvas Size (Ctrl+Alt+C) and choose the size of the canvas the same with your desktop's size (e.g. 1024x768 or 1280x1024). I've chosen 1280x1024.

Create the new layer (Ctrl+Shift+N), and send it to back (Ctrl+Alt+[) and fill with the color to your liking, or the color better fits to the background of your future picture. I've selected #007899 color.    More detail...

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