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10/29/2007 10:00:51 PM · #1
I'm trying to take two different photos and make the people be back in one photo to back any suggestions on how to do this?

Message edited by author 2007-10-29 22:01:02.
10/29/2007 10:01:37 PM · #2
I'm unclear on what's being asked here. Can you expand on the problem?

10/29/2007 10:29:25 PM · #3
I think i might understand what you are asking. Are you asking how to take people out of one picture and move them to another picture?
10/30/2007 12:30:41 PM · #4
okay, sorry i know i didn't make any sense.
what they want is for me to take two different poses and put him back to back into one photo.
For the life of me I can't figure out how to make it look like just one photo instead of having a "line" down the middle like two. I don't know if that is any clearer or not. I guess the look that is being sought is on one side a good person on the other an evil looking person. And they want one half b/w and one color???!!!
10/30/2007 12:35:14 PM · #5
ohhhh, that almost mkaes sense...

You want 2 pictures of the same dude in the same frame? Easy.

Open one picture, do what you want to it, then open up the other picture, do what you want to that, then copy and paste that picture over the other one and it will arrive as a seperate layer. Add a layer mask and paint black on the layer mask to bring the bits on the other layer you want to bring back in.

If i have the right idea it's simple to do and I used it here with this as an example of what I'm talking about:

' . substr('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/75000-79999/78062/120/577351.jpg', strrpos('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/75000-79999/78062/120/577351.jpg', '/') + 1) . '

Except that was 5 pictures.
10/30/2007 12:41:41 PM · #6
From the "Learn" --> "Tutorials" menu:
Gary's Tutorial
Jeffrey's Tutorial

Good luck,
10/30/2007 02:08:25 PM · #7
You could have the subject pose in front of a large mirror. ;-)
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