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Need help from Photoshop expert

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by godang, Apr 28, 2011.

  1. godang

    godang Regular Member

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    Hi,

    I have this background image here.
    Wondering how you can blend the image of "fruit & vegetable" into brown background color.
    Can you show me how to do this on photoshop?

    Appreciated.
     

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  2. eskimo

    eskimo Regular Member

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    i can help, if you explain a bit more
    you mean make the background a flat brown?
     
  3. idlemind

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    the question is a little unclear... if you just want the background to be a solid brown-

    1. Add a layer mask to your image.
    2. Mask out your background from the vegetables
    3. Now if you are satisfied with your vegetables flatten the image (do not merge all of the layers). If not continue masking to perfection using your hard brush and pen tool.
    4. Add a new brown background
    5. Place your veggies where ever you want them
     
  4. godang

    godang Regular Member

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    What I'm trying to do is this.
    I'm sure original layer is brown color.
    And there is "fruit & vegetable" picture.
    If you trying to put this picture into brown back ground, it'll be just awkward and doesn't look good.

    It must be done something at photoshop on "fruit and vegetable" picture to blend right into the background, so it look perfect.
    It look like it's one image, instead of two images combine together.

    hope I explained well and appreciate if you can help me out.
     
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  5. godang

    godang Regular Member

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    anybody?
     
  6. cherryberry

    cherryberry Junior Member

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    To do this you need to provide the two images separately, the image of fruits and of the Brown Background, so that someone can do and explain you, as it is not a game of one shot.
     
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