OUT OF BOUNDS effect to give 3D effect to your photographs using Adobe Photoshop Elements

Today when I searched for Out of Bound in Adobe Photosop Elements, I found a very interesting video about this feature... Check it out first...


After having a look at the video I tried it on various photographs and here are the results:

OUT OF BOUNDS in ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 9.0 : I am excited to have some cool stuff demonstrations from Adobe Photoshop Elements 9.0 on my blog....Today when I searched for Out of Bound in Adobe Photosop Elements, I found a very interesting video about this feature... Check it out first...After having a look at the video I tried it on various photographs and here are the results:This one is the original photograph which is used to create the Out of Bounds effect with few clicks in Adobe Photoshop Elements 9.0 .. See the final result below... This is the first result of OUT OF BOUNDS feature in Adobe Photoshop Elements 9.0 ... So it helps in giving a 3D look to the image by moving some elements out of the 2D plane of the image... Here Cricket player, its Bat and Ball are in 3D plane with respect to the ground where cricket match is going on...Now lets see how to proceed for OUT OF BOUNDS in ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS :1. Select a photograph and open it in Editor application of Adobe Photoshop Elements2. Go to Guided Edit Mode by clicking

My first attempt on OUT OF BOUNDS in ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 9

This one is the original photograph which is used to create the Out of Bounds effect with few clicks in Adobe Photoshop Elements 9.0 .. See the final result above the original Pic...
This is the first result of OUT OF BOUNDS feature in Adobe Photoshop Elements 9.0 ... So it helps in giving a 3D look to the image by moving some elements out of the 2D plane of the image... Here Cricket player, its Bat and Ball are in 3D plane with respect to the ground where cricket match is going on...

Now lets see how to proceed for OUT OF BOUNDS in ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS :
1. Select a photograph and open it in Editor application of Adobe Photoshop Elements
2. Go to Guided Edit Mode by clicking "GUIDED" panel under Edit Tab.
3. Select "Out Of Bounds"
4. Following screen will be shown with photograph on left side and guided steps in right pane...

5. Now it will ask you to select the frame you want to see as 2D plane..
6. Then perspective needs to be added and detailed directions are there in application, so no need to worry...


7.As shown in the below image, 2D plane has been selected and perspective can be added by stretching it through edges...

8. So just follow through the steps in Guided Edit panel and you can easily do it...



Of course, I liked the effect and applied the same thing on various photographs ... above photograph is the second one I created from original one which is shown below...

I loved this feature and very useful for creating interesting posters or advertisements.... Recently I saw some advertisements on road side with such effects... I have thought of creating some interesting  Out of Bounds creation for my website...
Here is third original photograph for OUT OF BOUNDS and below is final result...
Lovely.... 


One more example of OUt of Bounds in Adobe Photoshop Elements 9.0

 Only Out of Bounds can throw a dancer out of the stage...

Comments

Nona said…
Very informative
Happy that you liked. Do share your results as well :)

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