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I'll be using these two.
Choose IMAGE > ARITHMETIC
Choose an image for Image #1 (from drop-down list) and choose an image for Image #2 from the drop down list.
From the Function group box, select a method for combining the images.
Add - Image 1 Value + Image 2 Value
Subtract - Image 1 Value - Image 2 Value
Multiply - Image 1 Value x Image 2 Value
Difference - Absolute Value of (Image 1 Value - Image 2 Value)
Lightest - Maximum of (Image 1 Value, Image 2 Value)
Darkest - Minimum of (Image 1 Value, Image 2 Value)
Average (Image 1 value + Image 2 Value)/2
OR Binary Or
XOR Binary And/Or
I'm gonna choose Average
Next, from the Channel group box, select the color channel from each image to use for combination. Mark ALL CHANNELS checkbox to use all the color channels in both images. This will make a 24-bit image.
So, I'm going to mark 'All Channels' because I want it in full color.
You can leave the rest as it is for now, then press OK.
Here's the final result!
It's not that exciting as it is, so I'm gonna add some text and a border and a pattern into, and ... VOILA!
If you have any questions feel free to PM me
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This is really good ,
thanks a bunch. :D
can you use more then two pictures?
like, can you merge three pictures together, instead? (:
ooh bryan and dustin ;]
where do u go to open all this stuff??
^ It's for Paintshop pro.
Is this using Photoshop?