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Collage: how to blend pasted object seamlesslyssly

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Old 10-17-2006, 02:00 PM
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Re: Collage: how to blend pasted object seamlesslyssly

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Try pasting in your object with no feathering, then select the layer.

Selection / Inverse
Selection/Modify/Expand (about 1 or 2 px)
Filter / Blur / GLausian Blur (About 1 or 2 px)

That's what I do


I do preaty much the same... only differenc is that I dont use blur method, but
select/feather and put a amount of 2-3 pixels (less or more depends of the resolution of the pic)
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Old 10-17-2006, 04:30 PM
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Re: Collage: how to blend pasted object seamlesslyssly

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You can use it as a plugin inside PS or PSP.
Here a quick sample.
That's a brilliant sample, but is it easy to use? Currenty I use masking or lasso which is time consuming. Is it quicker with KO 2?

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Old 10-17-2006, 05:51 PM
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Re: Collage: how to blend pasted object seamlesslyssly

Yes. Here is the selection I made. It is outside & inside of an object’s edge. The rest is taken care by the software.
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Old 10-18-2006, 01:21 AM
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Re: Collage: how to blend pasted object seamlesslyssly

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Yes. Here is the selection I made. It is outside & inside of an object’s edge. The rest is taken care by the software.
Whoa, that looks good! I ordered one on eBay and will check it out when it arrives. I so hope it's easier to use that all my tight detail work!

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Old 10-18-2006, 07:56 AM
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Re: Collage: how to blend pasted object seamlesslyssly

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Whoa, that looks good! I ordered one on eBay and will check it out when it arrives. I so hope it's easier to use that all my tight detail work!

Maureen
HI... for quick cutouts KO2 is Ok... BUt i dont recomend it.... BEcause if you have a complicated background, KO 2 will make many mistakes, which you'll have to repair again and again... Still it's great for qick cutouts if you have a simple background and you aren't so much in masking...

Looking forward to hear your oppinion on KO2 when you got it...
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