Blending the image into its new home


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Blending the image into its new home

Now that I have cloned this image on to the rear wall I want to go ahead and make sure that it matches its new home both in terms of its dimensions and in terms of its coloring. So for starters I am seeing that the image maybe a little big I am not sure if I need to scale it down to match that rear canvas so in order to see through the floating selection to the background I am going to go ahead and reduce this opacity value. Notice that when you have the marquee tool selected and you have a floater in place, a temporary layer going inside the Vanishing Point Filter that you have an opacity value, go ahead and reduce that opacity value to 50% and you can see that the image is pretty big it's a little too big to fit that blue canvas in the background.

We do want it to overlap so that we don't see any of the edges, any of those blue edges but we don't want it to be too big. Alright so I need to scale this image to fit and I am going to do that using this kind of right here the Transfo...

Blending the image into its new home
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Blending the image into its new home provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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