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Hi can anyone help, having a brain frazzle moment and can't figure out the best way to achieve this style (other than to cut up a photo into sections and piece back together).

Any help greatfully appreciated!

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A brief description of what you worked out may prove helpful to future visitors to this thread.


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9 minutes ago, v_kyr said:

A mixture of clipping and out of bounce.

Out of bounds. ;)


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3 hours ago, v_kyr said:

... out of bounce.

So am I.


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I haven't had bounce since 2004, I know I had it when I went shopping at Bounce 'R' Us but it's all a blur after that. I've heard that vitamin B12, aka Bounce12 can get it back.

 


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There are several ways to go about this, one way requires duplication of the image to nest within the polaroid frame. You have to position the polaroid frame before nesting the image else you will just be moving the image and the polaroid frame.

Another way is to nest the polaroid frame under the image, this means you can use a single instance of the image and move the polaroid frames around freely, you will need to make a mask to erase any part of the image external to the polaroid frames. but the file size would likely be smaller.

  1. Create two rectangles to represent the polaroid frame and group them.
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  2. Just drop a duplicate of the image into the square image area and bobs ya uncle, instant polaroid snaps.
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Polaroid composite.afphoto

 

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That is quite a neat effect the top image - especially the hands coming out of the images. I'll have to have a play with this technique at some point.


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easy enough to do, just copy and paste a section of the image you want to pop out. 

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3 hours ago, firstdefence said:

Bounce 'R' Us

Bounce“Я”Us

FIFY


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9 hours ago, firstdefence said:

I haven't had bounce since 2004, I know I had it when I went shopping at Bounce 'R' Us but it's all a blur after that. I've heard that vitamin B12, aka Bounce12 can get it back.

 

B12 is for brains.  Ostensibly, brains don’t bounce.  (hopefully not)


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13 minutes ago, jmwellborn said:

B12 is for brains.  Ostensibly, brains don’t bounce.  (hopefully not)

I figure mine would shatter.


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Well, @Alfred @firstdefence @v_kyr and @Old Bruce here I am, up to the gills in B12!   (Courtesy of my iPhone.)

 

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40 minutes ago, jmwellborn said:

Well, @Alfred @firstdefence @v_kyr and @Old Bruce here I am, up to the gills in B12!   (Courtesy of my iPhone.)

 

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I always thought Tigger was supposed to be the bouncy one! :o


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@Alfred  He was, but that was before Disney got hold of the whole lot and mucked up the Forest — (Tiddely pom).


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8 minutes ago, jmwellborn said:

(Tiddely pom)

“The more it snows (tiddly pom) ...”


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25 minutes ago, Alfred said:

“The more it snows (tiddly pom) ...”

“The more it goes (Tiddeley pom) on snowing.”   At least with B12 I can spell my own name, a là WOL.


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49 minutes ago, jmwellborn said:

“The more it goes (Tiddeley pom) on snowing.”   At least with B12 I can spell my own name, a là WOL.

“And nobody knows (tiddley pom),
How cold my toes (tiddley pom) ...”

BTW, I wasn’t aware that B12 had anything to do with spelling!


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12 minutes ago, Alfred said:

I wasn’t aware that B12 had anything to do with spelling!

Try to feel like a B12 – and experience its spelling skills:

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1 hour ago, Alfred said:

“And nobody knows (tiddley pom),
How cold my toes (tiddley pom) ...”

BTW, I wasn’t aware that B12 had anything to do with spelling!

Actually, I was right the first time per the 1956 edition of “The House At Pooh Corner,” pp. 7-8.  Tiddely.  B12 is supposed to keep the brain from fizzling out, and the brain is supposed to remember how to spell.  There has to be a connection in there somewhere, but I’d rather not think too closely, considering the fact that I gummed up the spelling on the second attempt above.  Maybe my B12 is lost in @thomaso‘s CHs!!


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Wow! how to warp a post with one letter and 2 numbers B12, looks like B12 is one of my super powers.  O.o:D


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