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Creating Composite Images

Mike Stauder rekindled my interests in Photoshop. I found that composite images are creative and gave it a try. Even though the Internet was slow at the campground, I managed to watch some tutorial videos online. So I followed the steps and made some composite images from our photos. It was fun making these composite images.

Falling from Minarets

Falling from Minarets

Falling from Minarets is a distorted image of Minarets in California with a person falling from Minarets into an unknown space.

Moon Night

Moon Night

Moon Night is a scene of supermoon with a floating glowing sphere and a group of birds. The image of birds is a tutorial file borrowed from adobe.com.

Walking-on-Dawne

Walking on Dawn

In Walking on Dawn, I added a person walking on a beam of light to the sunrise scene of Las Cruces.

Sunrise Above Eagle Lake with Boat and Cranes

Sunrise Above Eagle Lake with Boat and Cranes

I added flying sandhill cranes and a boat to the composition of Sunrise Above Eagle Lake with Boat and Cranes. The image of boat is borrowed from a painting by Horacio Cardozo at fineartamerica.com.

Mt. Rushmore

Mt. Rushmore

The sky of Mt. Rushmore was changed from plain blue to a blue sky with clouds.

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4 thoughts on “Creating Composite Images

  1. Mike Stauder

    Happy I inspired you. Looking great. We got some really great images at City of Rocks I’m eager to share, so I hope we run into each other before you leave NM.

    Mike

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