Photoshop: Making Triptychs Part 2

Discover more ways you can create your own three-in-a-row presentations, using selections, layers and artistic brushes, writes Jon Adams. Triptychs are a classic way to show off a set of images linked by a common element, but presenting them can throw up challenges to those not familiar with Photoshop. In this video, Jon takes an in-depth look at the process of building creative triptych templates from scratch, so you can save them to your hard drive and use them whenever you like. If you haven’t watched the first Triptych video yet dive into the archive and have a look before viewing this one, as it will fill you in on the details you need to know to create a traditional template with the middle frame slightly larger then those on the left and right.

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