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Friday, November 19, 2010Morgan

Sometimes you wish you had a fabulously wallpapered wall in your studio right? Well with Photoshop and digital papers you can make it look like you do :)



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26 Comments

  1. Very Cool! Could you do the same with the floor?? This is Very Neat!! Thanks for Sharing!! :)

    Margie

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  2. Thanks for the tip....very usefull!!

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  3. It would take more time and precision and dependent on the floor but yes :)

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  4. oh wow I can't wait to try it out!! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  5. Thanks Morgan. Great tutorial! Always wondered how to do this.

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  6. Where would you recommend going for digital papers? Any favorites?

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  7. I half knew how to do this but you made it fall into place. I'm so happy! Thank you.

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  8. this rocks thank you sooo much!!!

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  9. Just tried it out with my completely wrinkled white cloth back drop and it turned out fabulous! Thanks!!!

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  10. how do you get the magic wand to select the entire background. I use my mouse and it selects a small section. I am new to photoshop. I just purchased elements. Def a newbie ?! Thanks

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  11. This is great! Thank you for sharing:)

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  12. Morgan, Where do you get the digital papers? Thanks!

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  13. Okay, so I followed all the steps, but the paper keeps going over the top of my image, instead of where I selected! HELP!

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  14. never mind...I figured it out! I am VERY new to CS5 and its WAY confusing...

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  15. OMG this is awesome! :) thank you so much for this tutorial. i think my photography just got much better!! :) im excited lol

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  16. this is so neat ... im gonna try this .... thanks for sharing....
    Michelle Walker

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  17. How do you get it so the former background doesn't show?

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