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How do I put things inside another

New Here ,
Jan 06, 2018

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I am trying to use my photoshop mix app to design a valentine basket. The thing is I need to put objects inside the basket, NOT on top, or in front. I need it to look like. I have tried everything i can think of but i get the same results.

How do i make a picture go inside something instead of infront (example putting a teddy bear inside the basket)

ps. sorry if this is in the wrong community but out of all options this one seemed the closest

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Correct answer by tonyharmer | Adobe Community Professional

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This will most likely involve you duplicating your basket layer, sandwiching your subject in-between, and then doing a bit of creative masking on the frontmost basket layer, to achieve the result you're after.

Hopefully that makes sense—if not, come back to me and I will put a demo together for you.

I'm sorry that this reply did not make it in time for Valentine's Day this year, but I've only just seen it. At least you have time to practice in time for next year, or any other holiday.

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How do I put things inside another

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I am trying to use my photoshop mix app to design a valentine basket. The thing is I need to put objects inside the basket, NOT on top, or in front. I need it to look like. I have tried everything i can think of but i get the same results.

How do i make a picture go inside something instead of infront (example putting a teddy bear inside the basket)

ps. sorry if this is in the wrong community but out of all options this one seemed the closest

Thank you

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Correct answer by tonyharmer | Adobe Community Professional

Hey

This will most likely involve you duplicating your basket layer, sandwiching your subject in-between, and then doing a bit of creative masking on the frontmost basket layer, to achieve the result you're after.

Hopefully that makes sense—if not, come back to me and I will put a demo together for you.

I'm sorry that this reply did not make it in time for Valentine's Day this year, but I've only just seen it. At least you have time to practice in time for next year, or any other holiday.

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Feb 23, 2018

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Moving this to Photoshop Mix (Mobile app)​ community.

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Feb 23, 2018

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Hey

This will most likely involve you duplicating your basket layer, sandwiching your subject in-between, and then doing a bit of creative masking on the frontmost basket layer, to achieve the result you're after.

Hopefully that makes sense—if not, come back to me and I will put a demo together for you.

I'm sorry that this reply did not make it in time for Valentine's Day this year, but I've only just seen it. At least you have time to practice in time for next year, or any other holiday.

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Mar 02, 2018

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Hey there

I decided to record the answer to this as a movie and add it to my YouTube channel—it's here if you want to watch it: https://youtu.be/4hKAbpUZNEs

Bear In A Basket - YouTube

Hope that helps!

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