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    Clones

    Some clones Each picture is a blend of ~7 photographies (I'm not using liquify filter)













    Critique welcome !
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    No crits at all in my case, it's a superb set of photo'
    Nice job, Julien !
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    wow what a great study project

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    How do you mix the photographs together? they seem seamless! do you have a tutorial or an example of where you mixed several photographs into one?

    i really like them! very interesting and stylistic

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    It's easy

    - Launch Photoshop and open your pictures
    - Choose one to work with (it's your Background)
    - Copy and paste a part of an another picture to your base (Layer 1)
    - Use layer mask to blend images

    Now the trick part :

    - Duplicate Layer 1 and change Layer 1 copy's blending to Lighten
    - Change Layer 1's blending to Darken

    Now you can blend more "naturally" by modifying each layer mask separately !
    It's a little more complicated with color pictures (you have to correct chrominance with color and hue)

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