Adding a masked element into a panorama


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Adding a masked element into a panorama

I am still working inside Multilayer panorama.psd, found inside the 32_photomerge folder. I haven't saved off this seams layer yet, just because this file is ginormous, and I don't like to unnecessarily add to the weight of these exercise files. There is already so many of them, and they take a while to download. I will be saving off a new version of this composition shortly, but bear with me for now. Now at this point, I'd like to add a human being to this composition, because so far there are none, with the exception of the statue of Augustus. But for one thing, he died a long, long time ago.

Basically he was a turn of that first millennium kind of guy. He was around during the changing of the calendar from B.C. to A.D. Meanwhile, of course, he is made of marble or whatever. I'd like to add a person down here, and the reason I am showing you this location here is I want to see this tiny little sign. It's not really identifiable inside of this composition, but it'...

Adding a masked element into a panorama
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Adding a masked element into a panorama provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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