Here is a step by step tutorial on how to add a TTV boarder to a photo in Photoshop!
First find and upload a TTV boarder. You can find a wide selection HERE. By the way… TTV stands for “Through the viewfinder!” This effect is trying to replicate a style of photography that you get when you take a photo through the view finder of a specific camera! Thought you might be interested!
Click on the TTV.
Press Ctrl A and then Ctrl C
Now click onto your photo and press Ctrl V. This will now place the TTV onto your photo and it should look like this… Next click your “Move tool” and now you can stretch and adjust the TTV to fit the photo perfectly by stretching the corners. The TTV should now cover your entire photo. Click the move tool once more and click “apply.”
You won’t be able to see the photo behind the TTV until you do one last thing. On the right hand side where you see all your layers and the history you should see a drop down menu that reads “Normal.” Click that open and change it to “Multiply.” And there you have it!
Have fun people!!! Let Me know if this works for you! I guess more so if it doesn’t. I’m pretty sure I explained it correctly! By the way I use Photo shop 7.0