ACDSee Photo Editor: Pulling Photos Out of Frame

Pulling your photos out of the frame using the ACDSee Photo Editor will maximize the effect of your photos and make the images stand out. The process of getting your photo out of the frame is simple if you follow these five simple steps below:

Step 1: Preparing Your Work Space

Prepare a large space for you to work and ensure you have everything that you will need to pull your photo out of the frame easily.

Step 2: Selecting Tools

Edit the photo to ensure that it is to your liking. To do this, select the photo in the ‘object palette’ and select the tools you need to fix your photograph.

Step 3: Editing the Opacity

To pull your photo out of the frame, simply edit the ‘opacity’ to 50% or less. This will ensure that the frame can be seen underneath the photo for maximum effect.

Step 4: Erasing the Overlapping Photo

Some areas of the photo may now overlap the frame. To erase this, select the eraser tool and remove the overlapping photograph.

Step 5: Final Editing

Once you have pulled the photo out of the frame, you can add the final touches by editing, such as adding shadows or editing colors. You should also move the photograph around now, if you choose to do so. You are also able to add text to your photograph, if you choose to.

With these five simple steps, you should now have completed the process using ACDSee Photo Editor, corrected any less than perfect areas of your photograph and added additional features to maximize the viewing effect. You are now ready to use your photograph for display, advertising or any other purpose you may have.