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PostPosted: Sat Mar 07, 2009 5:24 pm 
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For example, I want to paste something on a background.


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Do you mean side by side or blend it to the background ??

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Sokagirl wrote:
Do you mean side by side or blend it to the background ??


I mean one on top of the other. I want to have a logo as a background then put Ray Allen in front of it. I know that I can blend it, but the pic barely shows when I do that.


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Have you tried pasting it on ?? As for the blending , what colour is your background ??

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when you have a photo uploaded, you can save the image to your clipboard.
then you upload the other picture.
you can swap them and crop it. it also will let you fade the picture to how you want it.
if you look at my photography, i have one or 2 with 3 images blended. if you want to look to see what i mean. :D

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dabears[color=#0000BF][/color]2334 wrote:
Sokag[size=150][/size]irl wrote:
Do you mean side by side or blend it to the background ??


I mean one on top of the other. I want to have a logo as a background then put Ray Allen in front of it. I know that I can blend it, but the pic barely shows when I do that.



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how do you put two pictures next to eachother


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Go to the LunaPic tutorials thread and go to the pics side by side without blending topic ..

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no not side by side but together as one 8)


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i have to try this! :lol: sorry For No Help :(

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Together as one ? You mean to blend the pics together ??

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christianbabi3 wrote:
no not side by side but together as one 8)


Did you want me to try and blend it for you ?

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Actually, it's very easy and simple. Search on Google... :lol: :lol:
There are two good tutorials, "combine pics together side by side" or "blend/merge pics into panorama photo", which had ever give me a big help.
Check out and solve your problem~~


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i know this isn't much help but to paste images without blending it to the background go to


1 Edit

2 Paste Image From Clipboard

3 if you don't have the picture you want in your clipboard click uplod new picture to clipboard

4 add image wherever you want and save


to blend images

1 effects

2 blend images

3 upload into clipboard what you want to use

4 put image wherever you want to save it

5 save

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