Borders and Logos, it's Photoshop, Oh My!

That’s right, we’re back to a photoshop tip again on the blog, and this one comes courtesy of question I read in the NAPP community forums.  The person there had asked about pricing on some photography for a large company’s set of employee photos and his concern was about the post production time in creating the border and logo that the company wanted on each.

The community quickly sprung to action, pointing him in several directions, and it occurred to me that I had never done this sort of tutorial before!  It’s not too difficult but there are some pitfalls to be aware of when dealing with borders and logos in photos, especially if you are trying to program these steps into an action or script.  Suffice to say, I figured this was as good a time as any to jump back into Photoshop and keep the digits (and brain) fresh!  So, here’s a new video tutorial on creating borders and logos!  Enjoy!

Your thoughts and feedback are welcome and encouraged as always!  Thanks for stopping in, have a great week, and be sure to stop back in tomorrow for more photo goodness!  Oh yeah, and don’t forget the March contest is in full swing where the winner will go home with one of these super cool Cheetah Quickstands – the theme is wild and the link for submissions is here!  Happy shooting and we’ll see you tomorrow!


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4 comments for “Borders and Logos, it's Photoshop, Oh My!

  1. March 15, 2010 at 9:31 am

    Good tutorial Jason! I’d forgotten that CS3 always started you with a red border. Since my switch to CS4 I always pop up with black immediately. Funny little things that pop up between versions!

    Great prize for this month’s contest. Wouldn’t mind a Cheetah Quickstand myself…..hmmm….pondering this month’s theme……. 🙂
    .-= Rich C´s last blog ..Sometimes you’ve been inside too long =-.

    • March 15, 2010 at 9:59 am

      Mountain lions with sock puppets are the one exclusion by the way… 🙂

  2. March 15, 2010 at 1:11 pm

    I swear, I will catch the mountain lion with the squirrel sock puppet someday!

    In the meantime, I did get a few photos of a Javalina that was passing by this morning. Not quite as dramatic, and certainly a little “ripe” smelling to me….but hey, it’s real wildlife.
    .-= Rich C´s last blog ..Sometimes you’ve been inside too long =-.

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