Free 4x5 Film Automated PSD Templates
Today I have to share 4x5 Film PSD Templates automated with Photoshop actions to quickly place images in template but also to replace default background pattern if you do not like it. Default size for all templates is 5x7in with 300px/in resolution. Pixel dimensions are 2100 by 1500 what you can easily change from Image > Image Size or using Crop Tool, just do not forget to duplicate template first after opening it from Image > Duplicate to protect original. If you are asking for terms, templates are free to use in personal and commercial projects as and everything else listed in freebies section. To not forget, images for preview on top provided by Josephine Johns.
Download 4x5 Film PSD Templates (Google Drive).
How to use templatesIt is extremely easy to use templates and to understand which action to run, anyway here are simple instructions which are also available in PDF format in download package. Everything is well organized and grouped into layer groups to easily move, hide or resize if needed.
- Open any of templates in Photoshop.
- Duplicate template from Image > Duplicate and close original file.
- Navigate to 4x5 Film.atn file (actions) and double click it.
- If you do not see Actions panel go to Window > Actions and 4x5 Film action set should be there. Expand it if needed and you will see 4 actions: Place x image (3 actions) plus Replace Background Image at the bottom.
- Run corresponding action to number of Frame groups (Frame 1-3) in Layers panel.
- Action will open several Place dialogs depend on number of frames in template, navigate to image you want to place and double click it.
- Immediately after placing image in template Photoshop will turn it into free transform mode. Drag handles to scale image and rotate it as needed. If you do not see handles around image press Ctrl/Cmd + 0 (zero). Confirm on Enter/Return or by clicking check-mark in Options bar.
- If you want to replace default background run Replace Background Image action or simply place file using File > Place command.