How to Create Semi-transparent border Photoshop

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    • How to Create Semi-transparent border Photoshop

      STEP 1
      Open your image in Photoshop



      STEP 2
      Select the rectangular marquee tool from the top left of the toolbar. Click on the top left corner of your image and drag the rectangle all the way to the bottom right corner. It might take a couple attempts before you get your border to be the size you want. If you make a mistake, click on right button on your mouse and click on
      Deselect



      STEP 3
      From EDIT - STROKE and



      You will get something like this



      You need to pick up: width, color, and location
      First time it is inside then you do again
      Edit – stroke but your color will be black and location will be inside
      Then again right click deselect and put that layer on overlay
      You will get this beautifull semi – transparent border



      You can put white inside or outside
      Same as black. There is there is a difference between them.
      Try it :D