Instagram Masks Collection

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Make your Instagram publications more original and engaging with our new collection of geometric and abstract photo masks. There are 52 creative templates able to turn even the most generic shot into something vibrant and attractive. Just pick the best fitting mask for your image and apply! It’s really easy and won’t take much time.

…Instagram Masks Collection

It’s Really Easy!

The set includes 2 .PSD files with geometric and abstract masks. All you need to do is to place your image on a smart object and decide wich mask fits better by turning on and off folders in the document. Not just easy, but interesting and an exciting process that will make your Instagram posts look like never before!

Included in this set:

• 1 Abstract .PSD mask
• 1 Geometric .PSD mask

Software compatibility: Adobe Photoshop CS3 and newer.

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Instagram Masks Collection

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27 lovely comments from our community

  1. Mary

    I can’t figure out how to get this to work. I have an image as a layer in the smart object. I am clearly missing some critical step here.

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    • sarah-jane@designcuts.com

      Hey Mary,

      I am so sorry that you are having trouble with this!

      I’ve just popped you over an email to get some more information from you, then I can certainly help you :)

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    • Carol Abel

      I had the same problem too. After much Googling, I found this:
      Select the Smart Object layer in the Layers panel.

      Choose Layer→Smart Objects→Replace Contents.

      In the Place dialog box, locate your new file and click the Place button.

      Click OK if you’re presented with a dialog box, and the new contents pop into place, replacing the old contents.

      Then all you need to do is work your way down the layer stack opening each folder, turning the eyes on and off and experimenting until you get something you like.

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      • sarah-jane@designcuts.com

        Thanks so much for sharing this Carol!

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        nigeljgreaves

        Thanks Carol, I’ve spent ages trying to figure out how to do this!

        Reply
  2. Vio

    Thanks, this looks wonderful!

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    • sarah-jane@designcuts.com

      You’re so welcome Vio, we hope that you have fun working with them!

      Reply
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    Caledoneastudio

    These are wonderful, thank you for your generosity! I cannot wait to use them!

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    • sarah-jane@designcuts.com

      Oh thank you so much for the wonderful feedback!

      We are really glad that you think so and we hope you’ll get loads of use out of them :D

      Reply
  4. Sheila Martin

    Gorgeous! <3 I'll be using some of these for eCommerce product listings! Beautifully done, Pixel Buddha!

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    • sarah-jane@designcuts.com

      Hey Sheila,

      That sounds like a great idea and we are so glad that these will work perfectly for you!

      Thanks for picking this one up :)

      Reply
  5. Ulrike Donovan

    They are great! Thank you so much and have a good weekend!

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    • sarah-jane@designcuts.com

      Oh thank you so much Ulrike!

      We’re really glad that you like them and we hope you have a lovely weekend too :)

      Reply

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