I’m going to show you how to add a white border to a picture of your choice.
The other day, I was asked how to get this done so even though I explained it could be produced in Microsoft PowerPoint, it can also be done with Gimp.
If you don’t care for video, I included text below.
Watch the Video:
The Quick and Easy Way
1. Start Gimp.
2. Choose a picture.
3. Use Filters, decor, add border.
4. Enter border size, choose the color, and set the Delta value.
5. Combine both layers.
6. Save your picture.
If you prefer pictures and step by step instructions, download the PDF file and follow it at your leisure.
The PDF file will also show you how to add a blended background or to export a transparent PNG file. Additionally, you’ll learn how to duplicate the picture and rotate the bottom layer to make a similar layout such as this:
Your turn! Will you try this method of adding a border to a picture? Leave a comment and let me know!
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