Posts tagged clipping masks
Photoshop Friday: Create Your Own Photo Storyboard

For today's Photoshop Friday, I wanted to do something special. I've been setting up my new Mac, and trying to figure out how I can do all the things I used to do in Windows, and still need to do. This includes, of course, making videos - which is a huge, HUGE part of my work.

I still use Camtasia, but the version available for Mac is v. 2, and Windows is on v. 8. Techsmith makes no secret about the fact that they are just flat-out different programs. So a few items I'm still trying to figure out. But there's nothing better for figuring stuff out than diving in and making something, right?

In that spirit, here is today's Photoshop Friday. Be sure to grab a cold drink first, this vid is 25 mins long! :)

Create a Three-Photo Storyboard

 In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create a new blank document, add in placeholder shapes, then use clipping masks to add your photos to the storyboard. Save for print and for the web, and you'll have a great storyboard to frame or share with friends and family. For Photoshop and Photoshop Elements!

Create a three-photo storyboard in Photoshop. Like so!

Create a three-photo storyboard in Photoshop. Like so!

When you create your storyboard and post it, be sure to post a comment with a link to your project, so we can see! Happy Photoshop Phriday!