Applying Auto-Align layers


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Applying Auto-Align layers

All right gang, here I'm looking at this photograph of me with a dirty feet and all that jazz, and what I did was I took the photograph of Photoshop Fling me, and I dragged it into the image here, Photoshop Fling Elle.jpg, so they are both merged together now, and you'll have to do that on your own, because it's not the least bit hard. Now the next thing I'm going to do is move Elizabeth onto an independent layer by double-clicking on this background layer and I'll say Elle like so, and click OK. And then let's go ahead and rename me Deke or whatever you want to call me, and then move me under. You can do it either way, but I have more fun doing it this direction, and masking Elizabeth in place.

Let's go ahead and select both layers by clicking on one, Shift-clicking on the other, and then there is a couple of different ways to perform an auto-alignment which is what we need to do, so that the wicker matches and everything. Bear in mind, we've got these ...

Applying Auto-Align layers
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Applying Auto-Align layers provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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