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In this tutorial i show you how to make a cool Polaroid effect to your images.
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What's up YouTube? Its Creative Ice Designs. And before I start on my tutorial, I like to say a lot of people are mourning and complaining that I haven’t made a video for a while and I'm sorry about that guys. I've been in a holiday in Spain, Valencia de venadon. And I'm back now, I'm still on holiday, but I'm in London. And I will be making a lot more tutorials very soon. Let me get into my tutorial now. I'm going to show you how to make a Polaroid style photo like this one here. Okay. First thing you want to do is go file, new and do 400x450. Press OK. Solve computer problems. Do I need to solve computer problems? See this always happens when I do a tutorial, something pops up. Anyway. Unlock the layer and make a new layer. Drag the new layer you just made underneath layer 0. There you have it. Click on your marking tool. And while holding down shift make a Polaroid style shape which is around there. Move into this and just press delete. Okay. And there's a Polaroid frame. Now what you want to do is drag a picture inside there. I've brought a picture already with me in Spain. Not that, this. Drag it in. and pre transform it into shape. Okay. Wait a second guys. What you do, you just transform it into shape. And might as well try to answer some questions now, because loads of people are asking me what's my age, I am 15. Loads of people are saying that teenager can't teach other people this and that, well, that’s a load of bull shit. Drag the picture underneath layer 0. And you basically have your basic Polaroid style picture. What I like to do is put a stroke of gray and do it inside. And you can put a little text over here. Okay, wait a second. Set for 14 drag. And practically have a Polaroid style photo. And that’s pretty much it. Thank you for watching my video. Please comment, rate, and subscribe.