Question about Adobe Photoshop CS2 for PC
Ok, I am not really sure what you want to do but here's what I think you want to do. You either want to create a design in Photoshop and then put your photo on top or make designs around the photo like a border?
How am I doing, is that close?
Firstly before you will be really happy with your end result the best thing to do is to sit and "play" with Photoshop, create new files and go through the various tools making shapes and drawings or open other pictures and make changes to them using different filters.
If your photos are in the "jpg" format than you can "Open" them in Photoshop and then work with it there.
Go through each of photoshops menus and try each of the options and filters on a picture that you have opened.
First big RULE, always make sure you have an original copy saved somewhere and probably the second big rule if you are happy with an effect then save it even if you make several files before the end result it will be worth it.
Hope this helps, keep us posted.
Posted on Oct 28, 2007
With photo shop its very hard to tell sum1 how to use it to get your pictures in just open photoshop and just drag them and use the tools it takes some geting usta if you havent used it b4 so just have a play about and try get a feel for it soz thats the best i can do i could show you how to do it but i cnt lol
Posted on Oct 27, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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