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Fading / Blending: Gradient tool on a Camaro picture


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I'm not sure if someone has already done this, but I think that would work great combined with the "Popping out of a Picture" tutorial found here: . If you make it pop out and turn into color, it would create a great effect. In fact, now that I remember, BoltBait did just that. Great work guys! :)

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I haven't used this tutorial for cars yet, but for me, it is simply a great tutorial for blending images. So, even if it's sort of an older tutorial, I just had to post a thank you!

 

Thank You For This Tutorial! <3

 

 

Here is a quick picture I did blending fruit (but I didn't Sepia anything).

 

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I am thrilled beyond belief here. Just tried this tut on a picture I had and it worked beautifully. Wish I could add a picture of it before and after so you could see, but don't know how to do it here.  Huge THANK YOU to the author of this. Think I found out how to add photos.  First the original:  

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Now the change:

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