How to Add a Border in Photoshop CS3

See a higher quality video on TechTutor.TV! A border of any color, style or thickness can be applied to a Adobe Photoshop CS3 object, such as an image. In this video tutorial, you will learn…

18 Responses to “How to Add a Border in Photoshop CS3”

  1. Sarkazz Vlogs says:

    thanks?

  2. Danny C says:

    Ehhhh go ahead there?

  3. lozleo says:

    I’m gonna go ahead and call Stacy Fisher AWESOME!!!?

  4. Kommissar Nexus says:

    I gonna “go ahead” and fav this for the lulz xD

  5. Jan Gunnar Garlid says:

    Thanks! This was great and very useful, i needed it 🙂

  6. Lotofloveforbieber says:

    Thanks For The Video it Helped Me alot ^_^

  7. SuperCurlyGurl says:

    The easiest tutorial yet! Bless you!!!

  8. AjfromDamons says:

    My thumb faced towards the ceiling!

  9. The D Master Flash 85 says:

    thanks alot very detailed video

  10. Songz4You says:

    I wasnt expecting that voice lol, good tut but not what i was looking for,
    i cant seem to find what im searching for 🙁 I want a really good and fancy
    3D border with sm Grunge brushes just on the border and not on the pic, you
    think you can help me? Many thanks 🙂

  11. mattysiam says:

    Jeez Thanks, been trying for hours could only get a feathered border
    before! Great work!

  12. noraebangg says:

    YES THANKYOU, i was trying to find something like this every where -_-
    other people make it wayy harder .. for something simple D:

  13. Vanessa Teasdale says:

    Thank you this was most helpful as I had been scratching my head over this
    for an hour

  14. pnhdinh says:

    Thank you! I really appreciate you taking the time to do this!

  15. Sk8tadude1 says:

    You know instead of selecting the whole pic, you can just press ctrl + a
    and it selects the pic 4 u

  16. Jeremy Ma says:

    sexy voice, great tut

  17. 1990asif says:

    thank you

  18. SanMono9 says:

    Thanks. But you can press Strg + A to choose the full pic 😀

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