Photoshop Blending Multiple Images Tutorial : Prep Images to Blend in Photoshop

Photoshop Blending Multiple Images Tutorial : Prep Images to Blend in Photoshop

Now we're going to give our apple a bite solet's take a look at it here.

This is what we're going to do.

We're going to come downhere and let's grab, that's a, oops.

Let's turn that layer back on.

Let's grab our lionlayer.

What we're going to do is we're going to do a lot of modifying here.

We want toget rid of everything here except for the mouth.

We want to keep the mouth.

So let'sgo into our Erase tool.

Go into E and let's bring it up some.

Actually, let's bring itup just quite a bit because we are going to get rid of most of this picture here becausewe don't need it.

Not to do what we're going to do.

There we go.

We kind of got close therebut not so worried about it.

There we go.

Now let's come in here and let's take it downa little bit.

What we're going to do is we're going to kind of Fade Erase this too but firstlet's get a little bit more in here like so.

Like that.

What I want to leave is I wantto leave just a little bit of highlight here to give it that plausible reality that we'regoing to add to it.

So, do it like so.

There we go.

Let's take this down.

We don't reallyneed this here.

Alright, like so.

That looks pretty good.

Let's go ahead and save our projectbecause we need to be saving every other key stroke because I used to work on really badmachines that would crash on you after almost everything.

So, let's click Control-Deselecthere.

Let's leave this like this and what we're going to do is we're just going placethis on top of the apple here.

And as you can see we haven't gotten rid of quite everythingon this apple.

So what we need to do is take our Magic Wand out by hitting W and clickon our Apple In Hand layer, after we hit Enter.

Apple In Hand layer with our Magic Wand.

W.

Select that, delete that.

Let's come up here and let's delete that.

Let's go ahead andget right there in the fingers and delete that.

There we go.

And we're going to go CommandD to Deselect it and we're going to stop here and pick this up on the next part.

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