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In this video, Creative Ice Media Group shows you how to Put a Picture in a Gadget effect of your pictures in Photoshop Cs3 ...
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What's up YouTube? Creative Ice Designs here. And I'm going to show you a pretty cool effect which involves having your picture in your desired gadget. As you can see here, I got a picture of myself from holidays in an iPhone. Really simple, it takes 1 minute and its fun. So basically, what you want to do is get a picture of your desired gadget. This will work with PSP, iPhones, laptops, TVs, any mobile phone. Will work with anything. So just get your picture on Google. And put it into Photoshop. Once you have done that, unlock the layer and make a rough selection. And just press delete. Press control D to deselect. And that’s your template of your little gadget there. Now what you want to do is get a picture of you of whatever you want into Photoshop and just drag it in. press OK. There we go. Zoom out. And what you want to do now is just transform it in to this shape. Transform obviously control T. in to the shape of the screen. There you have it, transform and then just drag your picture underneath the template which will be layer 0. And there you have it, you got nice looking clean cut. And you got this nice little quick effect. And that’s pretty much it. Thank you for watching. Please comment, rate, and subscribe.