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ok, i've tried keyword searching for this for and hour and was still unabled to find it.

how can i blend the edges of pictures into the background. I cutted a picture of person from it's a original image. i blended it into a new background, but the edges of the 1st picture can still be seen on the background. Is there a way i can fix that?

oh, while I'm at it how can you blend two pictures together. I already know how to blend the layers where one picture goes ontop of another. What i need is to put pictures next to eachother and blend it all together into one picture.

Help? anyone?

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If I understand correctly, you are trying to composite images (put the subject from one image onto a different background)?

You'll need the Alpha Channel Mask for that... try to follow these directions http://www.geocities.com/gerry_satrapa/Compositing.pdf

PM me if you need more detailed instructions or more information... :wink:

[img]http://www.geocities.com/gerry_satrapa/PDNsig.jpg[/img]

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If I understand correctly, you are trying to composite images (put the subject from one image onto a different background)?

You'll need the Alpha Channel Mask for that... try to follow these directions http://www.geocities.com/gerry_satrapa/Compositing.pdf

PM me if you need more detailed instructions or more information... :wink:

no, not like that. ok, let's say that i have two pictures and i lay them next to eachother on the same layer. i want to blend the two pictures together so that when i look at it i wont go "oh those are two different pictures put together!"

here's a picture, maybe it'll explain more. See how the ppl plends into eachother and background?

DBSK422.jpg

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Something of this entire topic might be of some use. Read through everything, even the link to the panorama topic, too.

Something should be of some help: viewtopic.php?f=12&t=23441.

k, i read one topics to another, i tried it, it didnt work. maybe i'm doing somthing wrong? well, here's the two pictures that i wan to put together. maybe this can help...

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Myrddin nailed it with that link - but in short:

1. Images need to be on seperate layers (allows more control - can always "flatten" or "merge layers" afterward)

2. Click on the Gradient Tool ( :GradientTool: )

3. Click on RGBA dropdown ( :AllColorChannels: ) to ensure Transparency ( :AlphaChannel: ) is selected

4. Select layer with first image

5. Click where you want transparency gradient to start - hold button and move to where you want image to be fully transparent and release button

6.repeat steps 4&5 for 2nd image

7. Voila! Done...

Did that work?

[img]http://www.geocities.com/gerry_satrapa/PDNsig.jpg[/img]

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