Want Your Photos to Pop Out of Their Frames? Photo editors are often asked to give photos a popular pop-out-of-the-frame effect. When properly applied, the effect produces a realistic three-dimensional look with two-dimensional photos while suggesting a sense of motion in some photos.
Out-of-frame enhancements give the illusion that the subject of a photo is popping out of the background. The portion to be popped out of the frame must be separated from the original image and raised to a higher Photoshop level, in front of the frame, while leaving the original photo intact.
Take a look at how enhancements, simple as well as complex, make photos "pop out of their frame."
Applying a Simple Out-of-Frame Pop-Out Action Click the pair of photos to see the frames that Warren applied behind and in front of key elements. Click again to reduce them.
Applying a Complex Out-of-Frame Pop-Out Action See the progression of frames that Warren applied to his original image of a Christmas brunch invitation. Click each image in order; read the caption; click to reduce them.
See To highlight the event's wintery theme, Warren gave the invitation a soft snowflake frame.
• See a collection of his custom frames [a href="photoEdit_bordersFrames.html"]on this page[/a].the custom frame Warren gave his brunch invitation.
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