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Fading corners/edges in Paint Shop Pro XI?

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October 18th, 2006, 09:37 PM
Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: Texas
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Is this even possible? I think there is a term for it but I just can't think of it off hand. Anyways, its where the edges of a photo are black and fade into the picture. I think it looks great on sepia toned or black and white photos. Is there a way to do this in paint shop pro? I know there is a 'buttonize' feature but it makes the corners look funny. I would really appreciate any help on this! Thanks!
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October 18th, 2006, 10:08 PM
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not exactly what you are asking... but have you ever played with the time machine feature? You can get some really nice aging effects with the click of one button.

Here are some examples:


Two earliest effects in the time machine:

You can choose the time machine effect in "Effects" - "Photo Effects"

If you look at the first one the edges are burned... so you could crop and tone it more sepia:

and get this result:

Dunno if that helps... it's a bit dark.. but you could then lighten it...

There's probably an easier way... but I'm not really a PSP pro... Good Luck

ETA : I played with the picture some more and went into "Adjust" then "One Step Photo Fix" and here was the result:

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