i love old school photobooth pics! i still have ones i took as a kid at cedar point. ever notice that once you close that curtain, it’s like anything goes…as long as that curtain is shut, you have 10 seconds to be as silly and weird as you want! and then all returns back to normal when you open the curtain. so i asked mariah if she could show us how to create our own photo booth photos. – piper
If you’ve ever been in a photobooth, you know how much fun it is to take silly pictures and go home a photostrip with the cute little photos all in a row.
And in the age of digital photos, camera phones and online sharing not many pictures are actually printed anymore – they’re all just stuck in our gadgets!
Well, we’re going to show you how to create a photostrip with your own photos! We’ve even created a fun little photoshop template for you!
- Photoshop or Photoshop Elements
- 4 Photos (Either from your camera or Instagram)
- This Photostrip Template (Click to Download)
Here’s What You Do:
1. Open the template and your 4 photos in Photoshop.
2. Drag one of the photos into the template open on Photoshop. Then go to the ‘Layers’ toolbar on the left hand side and find the layer for the image you just dropped into the template. Drag the photo layer so it’s positioned below the layer that says ‘Place Image Below This Layer’ and above the layer labeled ‘Picture 1′.
3. Next, resize your photo to fit the template frame. Do this by pressing ‘Command’ and ‘t’ at the same time. Once the resizing frame pops up, hold down the ‘shift’ key and drag the corner of the photo to fit.
4. Repeat this process with your other 3 photos.
Print on photo paper, trim and you’re done!!