Photoshop :: Blend A Person Into Background

Feb 10, 2007

who do you blend a person in to the background

e.g

thats a bit advanced but i want to put a face into a pic and blend it with the back ground .

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Photoshop :: How To Add A Person To A Different Background?

Jan 12, 2006

I've tried looking for a tutorial about this but so far I've had no luck. I'm sorry if its been asked before, I tried searching but I couldn't find anything about it. Maybe I'm not typing the right words because I doubt nobody has ever wondered how to do this effect. I tried google too.. so I really think I'm not the right search.

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Photoshop :: Adding A Person To A Background

Dec 16, 2007

i want to edit some photos of my wife, so that it looks like she is in different places/backgrounds. i know it is possible to cut someone out of a background and put them onto another,

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Photoshop :: Easiest Way To Remove Background From A Person

Oct 24, 2008

I very often need to take the background away from a person the only examples show a solid color background. That is not what I need to know. What I need to do is take a person out of a background without having them look like helmet heads. So often I receive camera-ready ads with photographs that have been revised. The creator uses the lasso tool and cuts a person away from the background and the head looks like a helmet. Does CS4 (or, for that matter, CS3) have an easier way to do that as compared to CS2?

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Photoshop :: How Do I Blend The Background Of A Layer?

Oct 9, 2008

I'm trying to blend the background of one layer into the background layer.
Here's the picture without the layer I want to blend:

And here's the picture with the layer I want to blend:

I want the background of the pic in the middle to blend in with the gradient background.

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Photoshop :: Fade Away And Blend With Background Borders

Aug 15, 2005

Does anyone know how to make the edges of the picture fade away and blend with the background?

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Photoshop :: How Can I Make The Edges NOT Blend With The Background?

Apr 20, 2006

I've got a simple circle shape with some modifications that I need to not blend with the background color. The edges of the circle blend with the background color, but I will be using this image in a game and the background color is the alpha color. If the background color dissapears in the game, but parts of the circle have colors that blend with that background color, it will look very strange. How can I stop the image from blending it's edges (I guess what it's doing is anti-aliasing to make a smooth effect) with the background?

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Photoshop :: Background Effect (maybe A Blend Mode)

May 26, 2006

i was thinking it was a simple blend mode....

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Photoshop :: Adding A Person With Another Person?

Aug 19, 2005

how can you put 1 person with another? i've been trying and it came out like this.

i smudged out teh faces. ;O

how can i like put the hand on teh shoulder?

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Photoshop :: Blend Images To Restore Common Background Hidden By Text

Dec 15, 2012

I have a 3images with a common background, but there's different text and each picture has a different part of the background intact. I'm looking for a way to restore the back ground by over layer the images together. I originally tried with one image and selecting the text with the magic wand and filling it with content aware fill. But the results were so so.
 
So I have a few questions;

1) the images have slightly different orientation. I can't get them to perfectly align, its weird, I really can't do it. I can get it close, but not perfect, is there a simple way ?
2) How do I keep the common element between the images (the background) and remove what's different (the text) ?
 
I tried overlaying them after having deleted the text, but I still get the damn contour effect.

3) Furthermore, the colors are slightly different between the images, is there a simple way to get them to match ?

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Paint.NET :: Blend Background And A Photo

May 7, 2011

I have searched the site but am unsure whether or not I need certain plugins etc or whether I will be able to get the required effect without.My problem is I have just been asked to update a website.

I would like to know "IN LAYMANS TERMS" how to keep the style of headers the same but change the images.

I would like to keep the same background of which I have copy but be able to have various pictures added to the right hand side as above with the same fade effect.In my search on the site I saw something about feathering etc but not sure.

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GIMP :: Blend Solid Edge Of Picture To Background / Also TEXTURE?

Aug 5, 2011

I used to work in Photoshop and GIMP, but then became sidetracked. I've forgotten half of it. I used to make siggies for others all the time, although I really was guessing my way through some of it. I knew I could do better.

Anyway, I figured it'd be wise to start with a really basic question. I'll use the pic below as an example.

In a pic such as this one, how would you go about seamlessly blending the edge of the picture with the background? (All I did so far was have 2 separate layers; the picture of the hottie, and then behind it of course was just the template where I tried to match the pink from the hotty pic).

I'm also curious about just blending 2 or more photographs together to create a collage. I've done this before, but I know I made it harder and more tedious than it had to be. So.... would a collage have to be done a little differently.

I used to go about all this various ways way back when, but like I said... I've forgotten half my little tricks which I know really weren't the correct and easiest route to go about it.

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Photoshop :: Group Blend = Layer Blend ?

Oct 2, 2008

I have "group1" and inside that group, only one layer: "layer1". The blending mode for "group1" is vivid light and for "layer1" it's "normal".

Now, if I change "group1" to "pass through" and "layer1" to "vivid light" ... the result is completely different, while it should be the same, shouldn't it?

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Photoshop :: Adding Layer And Part Of Layer Blend Into Background

Jun 2, 2013

this is my problem:
 
Pic 1. I have an image I want to use as a background, however the image is not complete. I need a part of pic 2 to fullfill it.

Pic 2. The colors around the object doesn't match the colors of Pic 1.
 
Normally it would be best to cut the object out. However in this case it wouldn't look nice (the object is mixed out (in color) with the rest of the image). If I cut out something the object won't look "proper".

My question:
 
How can I blend pic 2 on pic 1, using the original object from pic 2 (as it is), and at the same time blend the colors around it, so that it matches that of pic 1 / or simply remove it somehow?

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Photoshop :: Person Looks Like A Robot...?

May 21, 2009

what exactly I would have to do to this pic to not make the girl look so... robotly. I'm pretty sure its something in the eyes but it just looks sooo fake.

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Apr 27, 2008

quickly cut around people, objects are ok with the "refine edge tool" but people, particulary the hair is hard to do..

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Sep 17, 2002

I am playing with this picture and want to put a person's picture into the display part. But, I don't know how to get someone in there while maintaining the glare of the TV. I downloaded that picture just to see if I could figure it out, but I haven't been able to yet ...

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Photoshop :: How Do You Cut A Person Out Off A Image?

Nov 12, 2007

I'm new to photoshop and i would to know how to cut a person out of a image so it is perfect. Would someone be abe to tell me how to do it or give me a hyperlink to a tutorial.

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Photoshop :: Removing A Person From Picture

May 27, 2013

I have seen others remove someone they don't like from a picture rather effortlessly! 

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