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Blending an image in Photoshop


Hey buddies,
This simply helps you to blend an image in PS!!!

Step 1:- Import the Image you want to use to which another image should be blended. My choice is this one.
Step 2:- Now Import the picture that is to be blended. Here is what I chose.
Step 3:- Copy the second image and paste on first!

Step 4:- Now using the rectangle select tool select the image which should be blended. Here is mine.

Step 5:- Use feather selection. Press Ctrl + Alt + D. A dialog box appears like this.
Step 6:- In the Feather Radius Text box give the required radius for your Image. I chose 35 for mine. The image appears as follows.









Step 7:- Copy(Ctrl + C) the selection and Paste it(Ctrl + V). Delete the Second layer. Now the Image appears as below and hence your blending work is ended so easily.









Enjoy Fun with Images!
:) :) :) :)

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