Adding a Keyline

Before and after adding a white keyline to an image of lit matches against a black background.

A keyline in photography is a thin border around the outside of an image, often used to help make the edges of the image distinct from the background it is displayed against. In our club we often see this used on projected images with black or dark backgrounds when projected. The keyline makes the bounds of our images clearer to the viewer. This tutorial will outline a simple method to add a keyline using Adobe Photoshop.

Resizing Digital Images

During the season we have multiple DPI competitions (digital projected image), for which the entry requirements ask for your images to be resized appropriately. In this tutorial we are going to show you how to achieve this using Adobe Photoshop, GIMP 2, and Adobe Lightroom.

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