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Radiographic picture

Oct 25, 2013, 18:07
Post: #1
Radiographic picture
Hay there,

I would like to make a picture where i would join half of radiographic picture of head with half of normal picture of my face, does anyone has any ideas how to make this ?

Thank you Noragaza
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Oct 26, 2013, 11:29
Post: #2
RE: Radiographic picture
(Oct 25, 2013 20:04)ofnuts Wrote:  Assumingn they are sized/aligned properly, put you plain photo in a layer above the one with the radiography and lower the opacity of the plain photo ("Opacity" slider at the top of the Layers list).

Then, after you've ensured that both the radiographic head and your head match in size.
Turn back up the opacity of the top layer to 100%.

Second, add a layer mask to it
(righ-click layer in layer window dialogue box > add layer mask then click "selection"),
Your top layer will now have two small boxes, one withe the image and one blank (white or black box) Make sure the blank one is selected/highlighted before you do the next step.

Lastly, on the canvas, apply the default blend gradient Blend (experiment line angles to what you see fit) to show just half of each image.

Here is a similar example except the photos are overlapping side by side, but how the blend tool is applied is the same:

By the way, welcome to the forums, you didn't waste time asking away, very good ^_^ !

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