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Can PS overlay two photos of same image? - Adobe Photoshop 7, CS, CS2 & CS3

I can't think of a really good way to do that, but... You can copy/paste one image onto the other, thus forming two layers and try blend modes, but you may have to "pretreat" each image so that when you apply a blend mode they look right. It seems to me that it is a bit of a barbaric way to do it if you choose not to do the most obvious way: select the window in one image and copy/paste it onto the other, but that's messy too. That's my two cents anyhooo. Peace, Tony...

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    Default Re: Can PS overlay two photos of same image?

    I can't think of a really good way to do that, but...

    You can copy/paste one image onto the other, thus forming two layers and try blend modes, but you may have to "pretreat" each image so that when you apply a blend mode they look right.

    It seems to me that it is a bit of a barbaric way to do it if you choose not to do the most obvious way: select the window in one image and copy/paste it onto the other, but that's messy too.

    That's my two cents anyhooo.

    Peace,
    Tony
    YrbkMgr Guest

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    Default Re: Can PS overlay two photos of same image?

    Peter,

    This is what electronic flash was created for....

    But if you have two images, one exposed for the exterior and one for the
    interior, why not just cut 'n paste the correctly exposed window into the
    interior?


    LenHewitt Guest

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    Default Re: Can PS overlay two photos of same image?

    Yes, you can do what you are describing. You can even use three shots:
    normal, under, over.

    Check out this tutorial:

    [url]http://www.digitalsecrets.net/secrets/DynamicRanger.html[/url]

    Regards,

    Rafael


    Rafael Aviles Guest

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    Default Re: Can PS overlay two photos of same image?

    "Rafael Aviles" wrote:
    <snip?
    > Yes, you can do what you are describing. You can even use three shots:
    > normal, under, over.
    >
    > Check out this tutorial:
    >
    > [url]http://www.digitalsecrets.net/secrets/DynamicRanger.html[/url]
    <snip>

    Hi Rafael,
    Thanks so much. This is exactly the sort of thing I am looking for.
    Regards,
    Peter Sale


    Peter Sale Guest

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