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The torn and burnt paper Look - Using Adobe Photoshop

Final

First thing you need to do is open up Photoshop and create a new image.

New menu

Create new image

Note the resolution. I use a higher resolution in this case. It helps to make the torn and burnt areas come out much crisper..

The next thing you want to do is create a new layer in your image.

Create new layer

Select a shape that you are going to work with. In this example I used the rectangular marquee tool.

The rectangular marquee tool

 

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