Thread: Photoshop Help

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    • 11 years 3 days ago
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    Okay I was wondering if anyone knows how to take people from a picture and put them into another picture beside other people and have them blended in well so it doesn't look fake. I can somewhat do it using both photoshop and paint but i have to erase the background and just make it a color.

    I want to do something like put myself beside Robocop or something so it looks like I'm talking to him.
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    • 11 years 3 days ago
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    hmmmm, why do you want to do that?
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    • 11 years 3 days ago
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    send me the pictures and I will do it I suppose.
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    • 11 years 3 days ago
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    Quote by EvanLordMartin
    hmmmm, why do you want to do that?


    Well, the Robocop thing was just an example

    Quote by EvanLordMartin
    send me the pictures and I will do it I suppose.


    The thing is, I want to learn how to do it myself so I can just do it whenever I want with no hassle.
    • 11 years 3 days ago
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    Perhaps google up some Photoshop tutorials or tips? Or have you done that already?
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    • 11 years 3 days ago
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    Yeah, they're all for older versions or they'll say to use a feature but they don't say how to use it and also, I have no idea how to use layers.
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    • 11 years 2 days ago
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    What is it about layers that you don't understand? Maybe I can elaborate a little on their use.

    And don't use Paint...that program is far too basic to be used to make anything realistic.

    But to make something look realistic, you need to be sure all the shadows on the figures are going in the same direction, and also make sure there are no crappy borders around the pasted-in stuff (borders from doing lousy erasing).
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    • 10 years 11 months ago
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    Use the polygonal lasso tool trace what you want to be cut from one picture, then paste it onto the next picture, then you can work from there to make it look realistic.
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