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  1. There's a nice box at the top of the page that can help.
  2. I was thinking about writing a tutorial on this. Although I suppose mine is done differently. I make a border on a new layer, select the border with the wand tool, copy the part of the original picture below then paste it onto the layer with the black border. I set this to overlay and it gives a nice effect with light colors.
  3. I was thinking about writing a tutorial on this. Although I suppose mine is done differently. I make a border on a new layer, select the border with the wand tool, copy the part of the original picture below then paste it onto the layer with the black border. I set this to overlay and it gives a nice effect with light colors.
  4. My attempt. I moved the light rays so they're cut off at the bottom but thankfully the taskbar covers that up.
  5. My attempt. I moved the light rays so they're cut off at the bottom but thankfully the taskbar covers that up.
  6. My attempt. I moved the light rays so they're cut off at the bottom but thankfully the taskbar covers that up.
  7. My attempt. I moved the light rays so they're cut off at the bottom but thankfully the taskbar covers that up.
  8. My attempt. I moved the light rays so they're cut off at the bottom but thankfully the taskbar covers that up.
  9. When I do this, the white is so overpowering you can barely tell it's colored.
  10. This is my go. Another one with stars to take up some of the dead space. It has a white border but it's hard to see on here.