Merging Images

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YrbkMgr
Aug 28, 2003
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I’m no expert eye at how it’s supposed to look but this was interesting…

I took the image on the left and put it on top of the image on the right – that is, the light one on top of the dark one. I then used a Screen Blend mode in the layers pallet and dropped the opacity of that layer to 50%. Seems like a decent starting point to Stamp the layer and adjust from there.

Not perfect, but maybe it’ll help some?

Peace,
Tony
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barry gray
Aug 28, 2003
Select the windows in the "light shot" then "paste into" the "dark shot"
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Colin Walls
Aug 28, 2003
I cannot access the Web site that you reference, so I do not have the images, but …

I would simply place one image [the bright one] on a layer above the other. On the top image, I would add a layer mask filled with black. Then, using a soft brush with low opacity, paint out the mask in white where I want the top image to have effect.

Could do the same kind of thing with the images reversed – mask out the top one where you want the bottom one to show through.
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barry gray
Aug 28, 2003
The highlights in the light image are blown out-there’s no "room and chair" information there to recover. I’d reshoot if possible-then try the things suggested.
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jgw
Aug 28, 2003
Hmmm….the web link works for me.

Anyway, here is another link of where this image was used by another client.

<http://www.forrent.com/search/detail.asp?site=1034835>

Click on the virtual tour icon on the right, and choose the bedroom link in the window that will pop up.

The image in question as my example is 1 of 12 that make up this virtual tour. The graphics people (I don’t know who they are or I would ask them), managed to fix the density issue with the two images that I provided as in my example.

So, somewhere they got the density information for the chair. That is what I want te learn how to do.

I hope that helps.
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YrbkMgr
Aug 28, 2003
John,

That seems to leave me with a very low contrast image in which any adjustments in levels to correct, just brings me back to the burned out window.

On top of the two layers with the blend mode set at Screen with 50% opacity, create a new layer.

Hold down the alt-key, and click and hold on layers, drag down to Merge Visible. That will stamp those two layers so that you can adjust from there.
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Herb
Jan 27, 2005
In doing a tutorial it ask you to open a second image and drag it into the first, how do you do that? I click on the second image to drag it and the first one hides. I am missing something here, this must be simple.


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Charley
Jan 27, 2005
Reduce the size of the image windows so you can see both on the screen and then try again.


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In doing a tutorial it ask you to open a second image and drag it into the first, how do you do that? I click on the second image to drag it and the first one hides. I am missing something here, this must be simple.

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Herb
Jan 27, 2005
I have done that. When I click on the second image, the layers palette for the first image hides and you see the layer for the second image. The first image is still on the screen.

"Charley" wrote in message
Reduce the size of the image windows so you can see both on the screen and then try again.


Charley

"Herb" wrote in message
In doing a tutorial it ask you to open a second image and drag it into the
first, how do you do that? I click on the second image to drag it and the first one hides. I am missing something here, this must be simple.

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nomail
Jan 27, 2005
Herb wrote:

I have done that. When I click on the second image, the layers palette for the first image hides and you see the layer for the second image. The first image is still on the screen.

First select the ‘move’ tool. Click in the first image (in the image window, not the layers palette) and move it onto the window of the second image, not the layers palette. Let go of the mouse.


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Herb
Jan 27, 2005
Thanks very much, that does it.

Herb

"Johan W. Elzenga" wrote in message
Herb wrote:

I have done that. When I click on the second image, the layers palette for
the first image hides and you see the layer for the second image. The first
image is still on the screen.

First select the ‘move’ tool. Click in the first image (in the image window, not the layers palette) and move it onto the window of the second image, not the layers palette. Let go of the mouse.


Johan W. Elzenga johan<<at>>johanfoto.nl Editor / Photographer http://www.johanfoto.nl/
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edjh
Jan 27, 2005
Johan W. Elzenga wrote:

Herb wrote:

I have done that. When I click on the second image, the layers palette for the first image hides and you see the layer for the second image. The first image is still on the screen.

First select the ‘move’ tool. Click in the first image (in the image window, not the layers palette) and move it onto the window of the second image, not the layers palette. Let go of the mouse.
You can also drag a layer from the Layers palette of the frontmost (current) image into the image window of the target image. Hold down Shift with either method to center the image in the target doc.


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kellyapproved
Jun 7, 2009
I know there are morph programs that can can complete such effects, but is there a preset in photoshop that would allow me to take two images and merge them to make a final image such as this one

http://rookery3.aviary.com/storagev12/1522500/1522833_230a_6 25×1000.jpg
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kellyapproved
Jun 7, 2009
I know there are morph programs that can can complete such effects, but is there a preset in photoshop that would allow me to take two images and merge them to make a final image such as this one

http://rookery3.aviary.com/storagev12/1522500/1522833_230a_6 25×1000.jpg
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Bigguy
Jun 7, 2009
wrote:
I know there are morph programs that can can complete such effects, but is there a preset in photoshop that would allow me to take two images and merge them to make a final image such as this one
http://rookery3.aviary.com/storagev12/1522500/1522833_230a_6 25×1000.jpg
No – it requires some skill and also a little work.

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Bigguy
Jun 7, 2009
wrote:
I know there are morph programs that can can complete such effects, but is there a preset in photoshop that would allow me to take two images and merge them to make a final image such as this one
http://rookery3.aviary.com/storagev12/1522500/1522833_230a_6 25×1000.jpg
No – it requires some skill and also a little work.

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Kia-Education
Jun 7, 2009
wrote:

I know there are morph programs that can can complete such effects, but is there a preset in photoshop that would allow me to take two images and merge them to make a final image such as this one
http://rookery3.aviary.com/storagev12/1522500/XXXX.jpg

Nope. This definitely is NOT a political discussion group. Why do you ask?
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Kia-Education
Jun 7, 2009
wrote:

I know there are morph programs that can can complete such effects, but is there a preset in photoshop that would allow me to take two images and merge them to make a final image such as this one
http://rookery3.aviary.com/storagev12/1522500/XXXX.jpg

Nope. This definitely is NOT a political discussion group. Why do you ask?

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