Grunge Blur Lights

Grunge blur lights

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Grunge blur lights

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5 thoughts on “Grunge Blur Lights”

      1. The main lessons I’m working on now are how to do selections to combine to photos into a composite. I’m also working on using different techniques to blend the subject into the background so it looks like it is one picture instead of two separate pictures. Your “Grunge Blur Lights” give me a great backdrop for my selections πŸ™‚

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        1. This is an interesting work πŸ™‚ Usually for masking the gradient tool is good but you can use too soft brush with different opacity and flow. Layer mask is one of the important things in photo manipulation. Feel free to ask me for help if you need πŸ™‚

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          1. Thank you so much…I might take you up on that offer πŸ™‚ Yes, I’d be lost without the layer mask. But sometimes the lighting or coloring is very different in the two images. This when loading a selection, choosing the “color” blending option, and then picking a background color works great!! You just lower the opacity on the color layer to blend smoothly. And now your two images look like they were taken together in the same light. It’s really cool!!!

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