Picture Panels (members area videos)

Maria, one of our members sent me a link to an image she came across that was  divided up into panels and asked if I had any ideas how this could be produced. I thought it was a great way to present images and in these 2 videos we take a look at the method I came up with

Video 1 we start by creating a template for our panels, this template will be fully adjustable catering for all image sizes.

In video 2 we apply the template to an image and look at some of option we have in creating the final effect

Easy to follow in all versions of Photoshop and Elements

Video 1

Some of the tools used in video 1 include:-

  • Selections
  • Marquee tool
  • Smart Guides
  • Move tool

Video 2

Some of the tools used in video 2 include:-

  • Transform tool
  • Layer styles
  • Marquee tool
  • Selections

Members can use the link below to view and download the ‘Clean’ full size HD video – No Ads or Banners. Download contains 2 videos and 5 templates

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2 replies
  1. jon allsop
    jon allsop says:

    Regarding the above. Is there a way of printing each panel separately on canvas………….can this be set up in photoshop elements? …I have an image that I’d like to split into 3 panels and print…

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    • davro
      davro says:

      Yes it can be done in Photoshop Elements Jon however you would have to allow a wrap around for the frame which is approx. an inch or so. If you sent it to a print company they would do it for you but it would be best to check first. Hope this helps David

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