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Frame and publish a photo quickly

Adobe Employee ,
Nov 06, 2019

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Add a photo to a digital frame and share it on social media

 

If you are new to the Photoshop ecosystem altogether, here is a simple tutorial to introduce you to layers, importing photos, and posting to social from your iPad.

 

ADOBE-MAX-frame.png

 

 

1) Download the frame at the bottom of this post to your iPad

  • open this post in a browser on your iPad
  • Tap on the link to the attached file at the bottom of this post to download the Adobe Max frame

 

2) Create a new file

  • Open Photoshop on the iPad
  • Tap Create new to create a new file

 

1Create new file.jpg

 

 

  • Name your document, if you wish, and then tap the key board icon in the bottom right of the keypad to hide it
  • For this frame, set units to pixels, width to 1080, and height to 1350
  • Set resolution to 300
  • Set background to transparent

 

2file settings.jpg

 

 

  • Tap Create

 

3) Add the Frame

  • Tap the photo icon on the toolbar on the left side of the canvas and select the location of your photo.

  • My downloaded file from this forum went to files, downloads in my iCloud, yours may be different depending on settings in your iPad
  • Choose the frame you downloaded
  • Tap done
  • Tap the photo icon if the flyout is still there

 

3.jpg

 

 

  • Tap + to add a new layer

 

4+.jpg

 

 

  • Long press the frame layer and move it above the blank layer

 

5 move layer up.jpg

 

 

  • Tap the blank layer below the frame. This will ensure the next photo goes behind the frame

 

4) Add a picture to the frame 

  • Tap the photo icon
  • Next, tap camera roll or other location where you have a photo saved

 

IMG_0571.PNG

 

 

  • Select a photo to put in the frame
  • Resize the photo to fit the frame
  • Tap done
  • Tap the photo flyout to hide it
  • Tap the compact layer view on the right if you want to hide the layers
  • Here's what it looks like now

 

IMG_0577.PNG

 

 

 

 

5) Share your creation with the Adobe Community and on Social!

  • Tap the share icon in the app

 

IMG_0574.PNG

 

 

  • Tap Publish and export

 

IMG_0575.PNG

 

 

  • Choose the file type and quality you wish to use
  • Tap Export
  • Scroll across the apps to find your favorite app for sharing
  • Share it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter with #MakeIt #FrameIt #PhotoshopontheiPad for a chance to be featured on Adobe's page
  • Great! Now you are ready to explore the other things you can do in Photoshop on the iPad.

 

Check out these links to learn more:

 

 

6) Try making your own frame

 

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Frame and publish a photo quickly

Adobe Employee ,
Nov 06, 2019

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Add a photo to a digital frame and share it on social media

 

If you are new to the Photoshop ecosystem altogether, here is a simple tutorial to introduce you to layers, importing photos, and posting to social from your iPad.

 

ADOBE-MAX-frame.png

 

 

1) Download the frame at the bottom of this post to your iPad

  • open this post in a browser on your iPad
  • Tap on the link to the attached file at the bottom of this post to download the Adobe Max frame

 

2) Create a new file

  • Open Photoshop on the iPad
  • Tap Create new to create a new file

 

1Create new file.jpg

 

 

  • Name your document, if you wish, and then tap the key board icon in the bottom right of the keypad to hide it
  • For this frame, set units to pixels, width to 1080, and height to 1350
  • Set resolution to 300
  • Set background to transparent

 

2file settings.jpg

 

 

  • Tap Create

 

3) Add the Frame

  • Tap the photo icon on the toolbar on the left side of the canvas and select the location of your photo.

  • My downloaded file from this forum went to files, downloads in my iCloud, yours may be different depending on settings in your iPad
  • Choose the frame you downloaded
  • Tap done
  • Tap the photo icon if the flyout is still there

 

3.jpg

 

 

  • Tap + to add a new layer

 

4+.jpg

 

 

  • Long press the frame layer and move it above the blank layer

 

5 move layer up.jpg

 

 

  • Tap the blank layer below the frame. This will ensure the next photo goes behind the frame

 

4) Add a picture to the frame 

  • Tap the photo icon
  • Next, tap camera roll or other location where you have a photo saved

 

IMG_0571.PNG

 

 

  • Select a photo to put in the frame
  • Resize the photo to fit the frame
  • Tap done
  • Tap the photo flyout to hide it
  • Tap the compact layer view on the right if you want to hide the layers
  • Here's what it looks like now

 

IMG_0577.PNG

 

 

 

 

5) Share your creation with the Adobe Community and on Social!

  • Tap the share icon in the app

 

IMG_0574.PNG

 

 

  • Tap Publish and export

 

IMG_0575.PNG

 

 

  • Choose the file type and quality you wish to use
  • Tap Export
  • Scroll across the apps to find your favorite app for sharing
  • Share it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter with #MakeIt #FrameIt #PhotoshopontheiPad for a chance to be featured on Adobe's page
  • Great! Now you are ready to explore the other things you can do in Photoshop on the iPad.

 

Check out these links to learn more:

 

 

6) Try making your own frame

 

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