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Old 08-20-2008, 11:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am using CS2 and now have a few templets. How do I add a photo to the templete so the photo goes where it suppose to in the templete?

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Not knowing what templates you have added I would probably guess that you will be working with layers to get your photos put in the frames. Try bringing them both into photoshop to see if you can combine them together using the layers functions.
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Assuming you have placeholders in your template, open the image and copy it to the clipboard, open the template, select the layer with the place holder, cmd-click (cntrl-click) it to select the place holder box, and use "paste into" to place the image with a layer mask around it. you can also put the image in the layer above the place holder, then in the layers pallet hold down the option (alt) key and click on the line between the two layers to make the bottom (place holder) layer the clipping mask.
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