Photoshop Elements 9–Out of Bounds Photo

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I’ve got another video for you to watch on one of the new features of Photoshop Elements 9. It’s a really cool effect called Out Of Bounds. This is where part of the photo appears to stick out beyond the edge of the photo.

I’ve taught how to do this manually, and let me tell you, this is a lot simpler! All the steps are written out for you right inside Photoshop Elements 9, but I do add some information in my video that should be helpful to you.

Watch this video first, and then try it yourself! If you don’t have Photoshop Elements 9 yet, you can download a trial version from the Adobe website. You’ll find Out Of Bounds by clicking on the Guided tab in the Editor. It’s listed under the Fun Edits section.

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Out of Bounds Video

17 Responses

  1. Kaaren
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    Where can I find a written copy of the steps? I’m new and need a visual that I can refer to. Great as usual. Thanks

  2. StangoDango
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    This was a good video. I hope you create another Scapper’s Guide DVD for PSE9 that we can order off your website to help us since it’s not included with the Costco purchase. I would also like you to include how to use PSE9 to create background pages for Twitter, Facebook, My Space, and Blogger. I have been trying to find help to do with no luck. Thanks!

    • Linda Sattgast
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      Thanks for your thoughts. I’m in the middle of an online class now for PSE9. When it’s over, I’ll have the online class available.

  3. Sandy Call
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    I just got my birthday gift money and am going to buy Elements 9. Thanks for your geneosity on the tutorials.

  4. Martha Loge
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    Wow, what a great feature, can’t wait to upgrade to PSE 9! I am a new mac user and look forward to learning how to use PSE on my mac!

    • Andrea Graves
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      Martha,

      That really is an awesome feature! You will love your mac! 😉 Thanks!

  5. Dawn Miner
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    Linda, thanks so very much for the videos you do a great job
    I will be getting pse 9. something was said about a deal at costco for $40 do you know any thing about that? do you have to be a member? thanks Dawn

    • Andrea Graves
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      Hi Dawn!

      For the deal at Costco, you do have to be a member. Usually one or two times a year, they have a coupon that allows you to purchase PSE for $40. It’s not something they ::have:: to do, but they have done it for years. Many people wait for that deal to come before upgrading. Thanks!

      • Scraps
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        Can you please let us know when this wonderful sale is taking place? thank-you very much.

        • Linda Sattgast
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          It usually doesn’t take place right away, unfortunately. They may have a good deal right before Christmas, or they may not. It’s hard to say.

  6. Jean C
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    Thanks for the video, Linda. Looking forward to the next one on how to use it on a scrapbook page.

    • Andrea Graves
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      Thanks, Jean! 🙂

  7. Ami
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    Linda, Thank you so much for these previews. I can show them to my DH and convince him as to why I want this new edition of Elements.

    • Linda Sattgast
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      Ha! I’m glad to be of service in that regard! 🙂

  8. Judy Nielsen
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    Hello from Denmark!
    Thank you so much for teaching us. I just brought Elements 9 yesterday, and I love it.
    Have a nice weeekend.

    • Andrea Graves
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      You’re welcome, Judy! Isn’t Linda’s video great?
      Thanks for checking out our blog! 🙂

  9. Andrea Graves
    | Reply

    If you’ve left comments on past blog posts, be sure to check our responses to you! Thank you! 🙂

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