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Cool How to make Celebirty Blends on Photoshop.

By the end of this tutorial, you should get this-
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Here's how to do it!

Step 1::
Get all your images ready. They should be from the same photoshoot. Open them all up in seperate windows.
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Step 2::
Open a new window. Make sure you double the amount in the width box if your doing two pictures. If you were doing three pictures, you triple it and so on.
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Step 3::
Paste in two pictures. Make one of the images slightly overlap the other. This is the part you are going to erase, so make sure you don't put their face there.
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Step 4::
Select the eraser tool. Then choose the eraser that has the slighty faded edges. You can choose whatever size you need to erase.
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Step 5::
Erase out the part you overlapped. If you overlapped an arm or something, make sure you go around it.
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Step 6::
If you have more images, paste another one over and then repeat steps 4&5. When you are done, make sure you flatten the image. You can do this by going into Layer > Flatten Image.

Texture I used in this tutorial (Setting: Pin Light)- http://i800.photobucket.com/albums/y...PaperThing.jpg
Program Used:: Photoshop CS3.

Last edited by PawsomeGirl; 06-13-2010 at 06:07 AM..