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Fading out borders of a pic

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I found a solution! :)

Here is my steps with images:

  1. Add a white fill layer
  2. Right click on this layer -> Rasterize and trim
  3. On Effects tab click Inner shadow and set border size what you want. Use cog for border intensity, plus can use offset tool, angle, and much great option for perfect border!
  4. When border is ready, right click on this layer, and select Rasterize to mask.

That's all, and have transparented border! :)



If you need art-like border, just follow these steps:

  1. Create white fill layer on top
  2. Select a brushes with black color and painting a border. You will see background under black areas.
  3. When ready, select Rasterize to Mask, and fix mask with brush if need.


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