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Sep 21, 2020

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So I was looking around for a way to replicate fitting images into shapes without distortion like the 2 images below, it looks like they have the shape and image put in together but I can't find anything like that in photoshop or outside as I don't know how to name it, I can't find any tutorial or something similar in photoshop help please. I need a way to do the image fitting into a shape for image composition.

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this would be a lot easier to do using indesign or illustrator. But it can be replicated in photoshop with the use of masks and stroke effects. I cut (copied) out a selection to a new layer, and transformed/scaled it up. I also duplicated the layer, added a inner shadow (as per image) rasterized the style effects added a mask and painted away the top layer (chain) to reveal the brighter bottom layer. Hopefully the layer structure will help you get started.

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Post production help

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Sep 21, 2020

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So I was looking around for a way to replicate fitting images into shapes without distortion like the 2 images below, it looks like they have the shape and image put in together but I can't find anything like that in photoshop or outside as I don't know how to name it, I can't find any tutorial or something similar in photoshop help please. I need a way to do the image fitting into a shape for image composition.

9684CBE7-9E2F-455F-864A-7DD0876FE640.jpeg

3CF22583-5A32-47DC-8094-5EBE6745B3CA.jpeg

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Correct answer by Grant_H | Adobe Community Professional

this would be a lot easier to do using indesign or illustrator. But it can be replicated in photoshop with the use of masks and stroke effects. I cut (copied) out a selection to a new layer, and transformed/scaled it up. I also duplicated the layer, added a inner shadow (as per image) rasterized the style effects added a mask and painted away the top layer (chain) to reveal the brighter bottom layer. Hopefully the layer structure will help you get started.

Screen Shot 2020-09-22 at 12.50.18.jpg

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this would be a lot easier to do using indesign or illustrator. But it can be replicated in photoshop with the use of masks and stroke effects. I cut (copied) out a selection to a new layer, and transformed/scaled it up. I also duplicated the layer, added a inner shadow (as per image) rasterized the style effects added a mask and painted away the top layer (chain) to reveal the brighter bottom layer. Hopefully the layer structure will help you get started.

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You are a lifesaver! And how do I do it on InDesign ?

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well in indesign you can create a stroked frame (any shape) and place a copy of the link into it, apply effects, transform and best of all its live and non destructive.

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