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  1. zivlai

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    I really like the first two shots. Very unconventional.
     
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    I love these shots! and especially love the little butterfly/flower stamp... wanna share how you did it? xxx lol
     
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    You just design it as it's own layer within photoshop. White on a transparent background would work best. Save it somewhere.. When you are finished working with a photo, add a layer to it, then paste in the work that you previously made. You will probably need to make the new layer like 75% transparency or something similar.
     
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    You could also set it up as a custom brush in PS. Just as easy w/o the need to open a whole 'nother document to use as that layer. Either method would be just as effective.
     
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    Those are really very clear and unique, I would just crop the top two so that there wasn't so much white space at the top :)
     
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    the stamp make by adobe illustrator, i set a path for the text
     

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