|Learn how to make part your picture look like it is out of bounds of the frame.|
Open your image.
Duplicate the background.
You can turn the original background off, or delete it, you wont need it.
Now, the next thing I did was cut out my parrot and copy him to a new later. You can use whatever tool you wish, lasso, pen, eraser, etc.
(I have the other layers turned off so you can see):
Now take your marquee tool and make a square around the part of the image you want to keep in the photo:
Now go to Select > Inverse > and Delete. This deletes the outside of the photo.
Now I am going to temporarily turn off my parrot layer. Go to your background that you just cropped. Go to Edit, Transform > Perspective and drag the arrows in:
Next, I took my layer with the parrot and made it slightly bigger and positioned it to cover the parrot in the background layer.
For the next part I put added a black background so you could see it better.
Add a drop shadow to your parrot:
Click on your background layer and add a stroke:
Next thing I did was take my blur tool and go around the edges of my parrot just to smooth things out a bit.
Now, you can leave it like this:
Or, you can make it look more like a Polaroid:
Duplicate your background layer.
Go to Blending Options and just add a white Color Overlay. Now, take that layer (make sure you send it to the back) and move it down just enough to make the bottom longer:
Here is the first one I did, just a different bird 🙂