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Help!!! I’d like my photos to look like this…..

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Oct 18, 2022 Oct 18, 2022

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I am trying to edit some of my photos to look like this.  How do I do this?

 

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Adobe Employee , Oct 18, 2022 Oct 18, 2022

You need to use Photoshop to composite images together. There are a lot of ways to get this result.

I'll share some references that you can use, to begin with.

 

Simply put, you wish to apply/blend a subject on a solid background.

You can try the following.

  • Use Blend Modes in Photoshop from the Layers panel.
  • Use the Layer Opacity slider to make the subject layer see-through.
  • Use masking & other range of tools to refine & perfect the final compositing.

For help with getting started with Photosh

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It's best to use Photoshop to combine different photos together, if you have access to it.

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You need to use Photoshop to composite images together. There are a lot of ways to get this result.

I'll share some references that you can use, to begin with.

 

Simply put, you wish to apply/blend a subject on a solid background.

You can try the following.

  • Use Blend Modes in Photoshop from the Layers panel.
  • Use the Layer Opacity slider to make the subject layer see-through.
  • Use masking & other range of tools to refine & perfect the final compositing.

For help with getting started with Photoshop check these tutorials: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/tutorials.html

Feel free to use youtube & other platforms to learn other ways to get the result you want.


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Sameer K

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