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    Merging two pic? help?


    hello out there

    I am a carpender and make furnitures. I have a Picture of my furniture but id like if the background was a shiney white floor. Is is possible to merge those two pics tougether? im worried about the angle might be wrong..

    I hope someone will help.. Have a nice day..
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    Well, understanding perspective is definitely a key factor when combining images, and that's good that you are aware of that.

    But you can make anything you want as long as you understand the tools within the software that are available to you.

    And there is probably an infinite amount of ways of doing it in Photoshop. So to answer your question, yes...it's definitely possible.
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    yes... you can do it by using the Photoshop or with any photo editing software .
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    There is another discussion here in this section which described the process of merging two images. I guess you will get help from here Merging two image
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    I use paint.net
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    Merging two or more different pictures allows you to create beautiful graphics to be used in various fields.

    1 Select the images for your composition
    2 Open a new Photoshop document and assign the desired dimensions.
    3 Import the photos to the new document.
    4 Once the dimensions are set up, you have to cancel the image part you don't need.
    5 Once you have done that you can now cancel the parts that are unnecessary.
    6 Control the result of your operation by bringing back the level to Normal mode.
    7 Select the Brush tool from the tool box, set up the size to 100px, hardness 20% and opacity to 30% using color which best matches with your images
    8 To work in smaller areas, you should reduce the size of the brush.

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