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Adobe InDesign: Create a Polaroid Photo Frame with Directional Feather. Create Uneven Stroke widths in InDesign

One of my students did this, and it’s way too cute not to share. To create a Polaroid frame, she used Directional Feather with 100% choke on 3 of the sides, effectively trimming the stroke width down. It’s awesome!

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  1. 2011/08/24 at 2:31 pm

    What were the stroke settings to begin with?

    • Canvai
      2011/08/24 at 6:00 pm

      The stroke setting is whatever you want it to be. Preferably a big number. It’ll be the size of your frame.
      The Directional Feather will trim down the individual sides of the frame, giving the effect.

  2. Canvai
    2011/09/09 at 3:24 pm

    wow, i have no idea how that works. but at least the blog doesn’t get that much traffic. The best thing i know how to do is remove your original comment, maybe that’ll stop the deluge of comments.

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