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Apply a custom frame to a document

New Here ,
Nov 04, 2021 Nov 04, 2021

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For some reason, I can't apply (my own) frame to the document I'm editing.
For the frame to be set, I have to save the document, close it, reopen it, and only then apply the frame to it.

 

Adobe Photoshop Elements 2022 20
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Nov 04, 2021 Nov 04, 2021

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Let me clarify. It is enough to apply vignetting to the document, new layers appear, and the frame does not stand up.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Nov 04, 2021 Nov 04, 2021

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We need a screenshot of your Layers panel to see what you are doing.  Did you create the custom frames in the Elements Guided Edit or did you bring them in from another source?

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Nov 04, 2021 Nov 04, 2021

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That's interesting now that's I've had a good look at it.   Give this a try...2021-11-04_170845.jpg

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You can add your own frame only to the open image. And once it is added, all other image editing actions, such as vignetting for example, will affect it as well.

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See my response just above this one. 

 

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Well, in fact, I was just recently consulted on how to add your own frames in Adobe Photoshop Elements.
Yes, you have to remove the gray area...

https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop-elements-discussions/uploading-a-psd-frame/m-p/12476271#M74...

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Nov 05, 2021 Nov 05, 2021

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"make sure the frame layer opacity is set to 100%"

Yes, you can see.2021-11-05_141821.jpg

 

 

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