Saturday, March 22, 2014

Step-by-step how to create a multiple me image

  1. Set up a camera on a tripod, don't bump into it or move it during your shooting. 
  2. Take multiple pictures of yourself in different locations in the frame. You can ask a friend to take the picture, or you can set the timer.
  3. In Photoshop, open the photos. a) Choose one photo to be the main background b) In the other photos, use the selection tool to cut out yourself from the other photos, it's okay to be sloppy because the backgrounds are the same in all the photos c) Paste all the images into one photo you chose in step 3a, each cut out of you should be on a different layer d) Line yourself up so it looks natural.
  4. Flatten the layers.
  5. Crop the image.
  6. Save the image as a tiff at 300 dpi. to print
  7. Save the image again as a jpeg at 75-100 dpi to upload to your blog.

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