Out of Border Post Processing

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    Out of border post processing is a common technique applied to various forms of photography. I tend to use it a lot in the earlier years and I think I should keep a record of various intermediate techniques in my own blog.


    I tried to simplify the method as much as possible in my own blog.



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    Hope my metholody makes sense

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    James


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    Thanks for sharing your technique. Oh my....my list of things to try is getting longer, and longer, and longer.

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    I know what you mean Sue and I am a noobe in PS! I have seen this used in Aviation shots and I should try something out with that!
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    This technique is one of the most used for magazine covers or advertisement.

    So kind of good tool for commerical use.

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    Nice!
    I gave it a go...



    I don't like the size of the grass blade vs the frame.
    I probably could of made the frame bigger, and had a smaller amount of grass poking out of it.

    But I think I got the general idea of it all!
    I'll have to try some other photos with it. =)
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    Okay. My 2nd try. hehe

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    Another!
    (I'm having too much fun. hehe)
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    Thanks for making this technique so much more interesting! Great images

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    Thanks for posting the method! =D

    Another:

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