Home | Magic Photo Editor | PhotoShine | Elfin Photo Editor | DreamLight Photo Editor | Face Smootherms photo editor Copying All or Part of an Image
1. Select all of the image by clicking Select All on the Edit menu. Or select part of an image by clicking the Select button on the Standard toolbar and then drawing a box over the area you want.
2. On the Edit menu, click Copy.
3. Open the document or image you want to copy the selection into.
4. On the Edit menu, click Paste.
Need help with GIMP, Where is the brush? (photo editor)
I got a mouse and a whole lot of brushes but no where to paint.
It's the one that looks like a brush. For a pic look here.
It's the item that is clicked. And no, I have no idea who that HenryVI is, I've never posted on CyberTechHelp in my life. Whoops!
Photoshop to edit and enhance the photo
took some photos of my husbands concert band last night. One of the selections they played was Shenendoah (sp), I want to superimpose a shot of the concert band inside or on top of a shot of the Shenendoah River, I have just spent about 3 hours in PS trying to figure out how to do this and it won't let me, is there any way of doing this?
Open a picture of the band and one of the river in PS.
Drag from the layer pallet of the band photo onto the river photo.
Now in the photo with the two layers reduce the opacity of the band layer till the river shows through.
I would now use the eraser tool at 20% opacity and start erasing parts of the band photo you don't want or want less prominent.
Play with it awhile and you may have to start several times over till you get something you like.
P.S. A hint make sure both photos are at the same PPI otherwise you will have scale issues which in this case may or may not be bad.
Photoshop Elements 2.0 to edit two images
I am using Photoshop Elements 2.0. If I have two images open - one blank, and one with a photo - and I crop the photo to the size that I want, and then move it to the new, blank picture, (ie so that I have a border around the photo) - how do I make sure that the image is exactly in the middle with the same amount of space around each side? Is there a way other than just trying to judge it by eye?
I know there is a way of getting rulers up on the screen but you would still essentially be doing things by eye. However, if I have ever wanted to add a unifom border (plain black or white) to a photo I have just increased the canvas size; you can do this in pixels, cms, inches or by percentages so it is very accurate and will ensure that the image is centered. You can find the canvas size op
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