The winner of the 16×20 Color Inc Print is: number 44 – Kim Crum
Congrats!!! I will contact Color Inc. and have them contact you on how you can claim your prize.
Remember we have two more contests ending tomorrow and Sunday. So you could be the next lucky winner. Also check out the free “flag in a flash” action further down in this blog post.
And for those curious, picture number 38 got the most votes (20% of people picked this one) which is a lot considering the 124 people who voted.
These four were the other most popular based on votes:
And in case you missed the FREE Flag in a Flash Action that I posted back in May, here it is again in honor of the Fourth of July. I hope you find many uses for this storyboard action. Click on any of the three examples to download it.
***FLAG IN A FLASH***
This is a very special free photoshop action called “Flag in a Flash.” It creates a 20×20 Patriotic Flag Storyboard in seconds. You can resize the storyboard to any smaller size square (such as 8×8, 10×10, 12×12, 16×16, etc). Perfect for framing, printing on canvas, or for use in scrapbooking.
Just download, unzip, and install the action into photoshop (tested in photoshop 7, CS, CS2 and CS3 – but not elements). Then click play. Once it runs, you will want to crop 4 photos to insert. The openings are:
When cropping add .25 to width and height. So crop the 6×4 photo to 6.25×4.25 for example. Then use Move Tool to move the photos into the Storyboard. Make sure that they are under the “Photos Go Below Here” layer. Then save (or re-size and save if you want a smaller version). Color of the background can be changed by clicking on the blue square in the layers palette and selecting a new color. You also may add a photo to take the place of the white stripes, though usually that ends up a little bit busy.