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Extending a background in an image?

Nov 11, 2011, 12:03
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Extending a background in an image?
I hope I can explain my question for you to understand. I have an image that I want to extend the background on. So basically, I am making the people smaller, but the background larger..if that makes sense? I'm trying to make a collage, and i want the background of one photo to be the background of my canvas. The background it just "grey-ish", but not solid. I know I could clone, or copy and paste a part of the image into the background, but am wondering if there's a way to "stretch" just a portion of the image maybe? Or if I could copy a small part of it, but when I paste it, change the shape or size it's being pasted into??? Hope I'm making some sense. Would love any help I could get! Thank you in advance!
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Nov 12, 2011, 12:41
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RE: Extending a background in an image?
Thank you so much, I did get it figured out! Wink
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