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In this video, Creative Ice Media Group shows you a cool effect for your pictures in Photoshop Cs4.
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Hi there, it’s Creative Ice Designs. And today I'm going to show you a pretty cool effect you can do to your pictures that you upload to MySpace, Facebook, all of those Virtual networking sites. This is the final product, it’s really simple. It’s really effective. And it only takes a minute. Okay. First thing I want you to do is open your image into Photoshop and unlock the layer by double clicking. Press OK. Now with the rectangular marking tool which is this one over here. Make a selection of your image and press control C, control V. that’s copy and paste and click on the layer. Press control U which will open a control, sorry, which will open the hue and saturation and drag this saturation to minus 100. Press OK. As you can see, the image is black and white apart from the selected image we copied and pasted which is still in color. Now I want you to do is go in effects and stroke. This is going to make natural border and choose position is inside and any color you want. I'm going to pick a nice gray. Press OK. And there you have it. Really nice effect, really quick. And file, save as, jpeg. Always save it as a jpeg guys. Thank you for watching, please comment, rate, and subscribe.