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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to create a gallery image part 2/2
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Go like that and then oops sorry, too many times and rotate 180 degrees. Any ways, there we go, I'm just going to leave it like that. I mean, it’s all personal preference right, and there you have it! It’s going to flatten the whole thing. You know, there’s my quick and dirty wall panel like I said, we’ll print this out twenty inch, thirty inch and have it mounted and we’re ready to go. I mean, in reality, this took me no time at all. If I wanted to, I can always just take this here and put this on its own layer. So now, I've just got an empty space here and all I have to do is just drag images in there and I always have this as a template. Okay, if I save this is a PSD, it’s always as my own template.
Now, let me just show you. Let’s just do something else. Let me show you another way. Let’s go back to–let’s take a 30 inch by 12 inch. Sorry. Let’s go to pixels for both 30 inches by 12 inches. Alright! Let’s choose the background of this.
Now, let’s just say we wanted to do something kind of the same. So, I'm just going to take this and go an inch and go another inch, and let’s just bring that up to a different color, just like that.
Now, if I wanted to let’s just say I want to make this and I want to keep this as five separate images. Let’s just say square, so I’ve got one–. So, what I'm going to do is using my mark key tool, I'm going to create five separate squares or slots or whatever size you want your image is to be.
Okay, so there’s many ways to do it. I'm just going to do this really quick just so you get the idea. So, I'm just going to take a square here. I'm just going to press CTRL J to put that on the tone layer, as you can see here and I'm just going to increase the color of it using my levels just so I see what I'm doing.
Now, using the Move tool and I'm just going to hold down the ALT key and I'm just going to create one, two, and three. So, I've got my four images there. Now, if I wanted to place them wherever you want and wherever space you want. I'm just doing this really quick just for the heck of it.
Now, if I just merge all these together and holding the CTRL key down to actually select them all. I'm going to delete that top layer. So, I’ve just got my selections where they are and I'm just going to select inverse, so I select all of the background and I'm going to delete it all, press CTRL J to put on it’s own layer and now what I’m left to is when I delete that one layer is my template. Now, if I want to save that, I save that as a PSD and now all I have to do is whenever I bring in any images and drag them in there, I just have to put them below the layer. And this way here I can just drag and put these images wherever I want and just open up the other one here. Let’s just put these ones in here, put this one in here, I’ll put this one in here. There you go. And I’ll just go on like this, choose this layer back there, choose this one here. So there you have it.
Now, I can just simply just put whatever images I want in there. If I open up four more new images whatever. If I save this as the PSD, it’s always as a template. You create it what you want, you just going to make sure that when you’re done with it, just make your selection cut them out. Have it on its own layer and that way you can just drag your images in there. Now, I know there’s lots of software to do that, but I mean, really once you create your template and you save it as a PSD, it’s just a matter of dragging and dropping your images in to begin with. And this way you have full creative control of what you want to do.
Alright, well, thanks again. I hope this helps and I’ll see you in a bit!