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Aug 25, 2005 23:03 |  #1

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We just had another shoot last night, so I put this collage together for my clients. They were going for a Red/White/Blue theme. Let me know what you think, and please be honest. Thanks.


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Aug 25, 2005 23:13 |  #2

Very nice! Did you do this on your own, or did you use something like FotoFusion? (which I highly recommend)


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Aug 25, 2005 23:18 |  #3

I designed it completely in Photoshop in about 30mins. I agree that Fotofusion is great but sometimes, I like the control that I have in Photoshop.


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Aug 26, 2005 01:51 |  #4

That is awesome. I wish one day I will be able to do something like that. How did you do it?? I am still learning PS.


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Aug 27, 2005 01:09 as a reply to  @ jcost's post |  #5

jocst, thanks for the comments. Once you are abel to learn the power of layers and free transform, you can do about anything that you want. Keep learning and get a good book to read on photoshop. The hardest part about what I did here is the middle image because I had to create the border on a new transparent image and then bring it into my collage on a new layer. It is easier then you think, and I am amazed that I can get do them. Here is another collage that I put together from a few images that my wife took on a trip to Michigan. I can't remember the name of the family and she is sleeping right now, so that is what the famil name is strange. Oh well. I didn't have as much to work with image wise on this one by it took me about 25 mins. Sometimes it takes me longer to post it on POTN.


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