Posted by on May 2, 2011 in Blending, Blog, Photoshop | 0 comments

I loved how the beautiful the temple looked with the sky. So I decided to get some pictures of the Temple. I used a small aperture so that I could get the whole temple sharp and in focus. I did not want the Temple to be a silhouette, because the sun was directly behind it, so I focused on the ground first and then took the picture of the Temple. I merged these three images together by first opening the photos Storm and The House of the Lord in a separate Photoshop document. Then I used the channels to select a proportion of the images. I drug the photo onto the Temple photograph and then I changed the opacity on the layers. I then placed a layer mask on the Storm picture so that I could remove some of the picture that was in the blue sky and blend it into the temple picture better.


Blending
 
Temple

Date: 4-30-2011; Rexburg, Idaho; F-Stop: 11.0; Shutter Speed: 1/400; Focal Length: 18.0mm; Model: Canon EOS REBEL T1i

Storm

Date: 4-28-2011; Rexburg, Idaho; F-Stop: 22.0; Shutter Speed: 1/1000; Focal Length: 55.0mm; Model: Canon EOS REBEL T1i

House of The Lord

Date: 4-30-2011; Rexburg, Idaho; F-Stop: 11.0; Shutter Speed: 1/200; Focal Length: 32.0mm; Model: Canon EOS REBEL T1i

 

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