Posted 17 January 2006 - 09:45 PM
Since it's all static, cunning placement of the frames should make this fairly simple.
1. Use "dummy" frames with a touch of colur to look like parts of similar photos, where the film bends sharply.
2. Use the Photoshop 'deformation tool' to skew the rectangular images out of square.
3. Use the 'perspective tool' to modify an oversized image then cut the frame shape out of it.
4. Use warping software to change the images - try WinMorph it's free. Winmorph
Would you post your results? I'd like to see.
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