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Flawless Collage of two Panorama photos

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Merging of two different photos is not a problem with this tutorial. Learn more about it.

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The Second Example (a very short one)


Here are the other two picture that I took in my garden.
You will get the result that is quite similar to mine if you work like descried below. Have fun. The result is really worth it !


These are the two original photos:




Here is the setting of the top one (one with white flowers)



Now you have this:



The layer mask of the top one will look like this



And finally, after duplicating the TOP layer - ther is the difference, and setting its Layer Mode to Soft light, we will get this.
I hope you have enjoyed it and that you have gained some knew knowledge of Photoshop in the area of Collages and Graphics.

Martin, the Landscape Shifter

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Submitted by Martin on 2006-04-24 14:27:57. Since then read 100885 times.
Scored 4.37 points out of maximum 5 by 38 votes.

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Mr. B. C. Phukan bcphukan AT indiatimes DOT com said on 2006-05-03 12:57:35
Martin ! Another masterpiece in Photoshop Tutorials which is not found generally found on the Net. Thanks once again.

Martin mato AT t-tutorials DOT com said on 2006-05-03 17:02:14
I am very pleased to hear that!!! I am glad you like my tutorials and that you leave a comment behind. Without feedback, tutorial-making becomes really dull. Thx once again. :D

Count Azurit said on 2006-05-13 21:07:03
I see you have made quite a name here ... But I have to give you credit for your tutorials ... they are really nice.

Martin mato AT t-tutorials DOT com said on 2006-05-13 22:11:35
Thx, I am glad to hear that, esp. from you, friend. Btw, if there is anything new about our Dreamfall, please be that kind and let me know. I hope your page will flourish as well and I shall be honored to take part in it if invited. Meet you at the Fringe caffe someday.

jbog91 said on 2006-05-20 04:56:42
Awsome tutorial. Very original. I've never found something like this and I could definately use this. Thanks man.

Martin mato AT t-tutorials DOT com said on 2006-05-24 11:52:07
I am glad it hepled. For future, if you are having problem with something in PS, just let me know and I will try to help. And also if you think that you could use a tutorial on certaion topic, let me know and I will do it. I amt your service, eager to held :D

Helmutt said on 2006-11-25 11:13:21
Thank you for providing these tutorials. I really like the way you use your own photographs with all their inherent difficulties. The results are great. I look forward to reading the other tutorials.

Martin mato AT t-tutorials DOT com said on 2006-11-26 11:23:09
lol, I like the word inherent, though I prefer the word implicit :) I am glad that you like it.

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