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Possible to "Stitch" these 2 Photo's?

 
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Feb 01, 2014 11:04 |  #1

Have both LR5 and Elements 10 but cannot for the life of me figure out to to "stitch" or combine these 2 separate images into 1 single image. FYI even though they look like one and the same cat they are not. The cat in the sitting pose is the Mom and the other "close-up" is her son. Can anyone help here? Would like the Mom to be on the left side. Thank You.


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Feb 01, 2014 11:15 |  #2

Google 'print to jpg in lightroom' or some examples of how to do it. Works best when each image has the same dimensions, but a little final cropping can help there too.


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Feb 01, 2014 22:59 |  #3

The colour temp. of both photos are different and would have to be corrected first. Next you should select "the son" from his background and then you can resize him and somehow put him next to mummy. It is going to take some time to select the son as the background is not very contrasting.
Photoshop Elements got the necessary tools for selecting and the like but it needs some experience to get a presentable result.


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Feb 01, 2014 23:10 |  #4

Is this what you are after?


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Feb 01, 2014 23:28 |  #5

Always possible but it will look like crap with these two shots. Your best options are to reshoot them together or shoot them separately on a plain white or black or green background with each shot taken at the same distance, showing the full bodies and the same lighting conditions - then cut & paste or stitch.
This is about the best you can do with what you've got.


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Feb 01, 2014 23:30 |  #6

lol kind of reminds me of those 'photo-bomb' photos..(no offense intended)

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Feb 02, 2014 09:10 |  #7

http://av.adobe.com/ru​ssellbrown/ExtractSM.m​ov (external link)

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Feb 04, 2014 21:49 |  #8

I would pet the CRAP out of that first cat.


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Feb 05, 2014 14:46 |  #9

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Feb 05, 2014 15:11 as a reply to  @ Dawicka2's post |  #10

The best i got


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Feb 06, 2014 07:02 as a reply to  @ flipcrab85's post |  #11

WOW! Thanks for all the replies. Love all the pictures.


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Feb 06, 2014 08:44 |  #12

Dawicka2 wrote in post #16666015 (external link)
Lazy quick edit... :)

Great idea - a flip and head swap - great edit!


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Feb 06, 2014 19:49 |  #13

Thanks, Qbx.


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