How to layer...

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  1. jadin

    jadin The Mad Hatter

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    I have a shot where the exposure was pretty extreme and I didn't have a tripod to get a couple shots. I used raw to pull these two images, how can I overlay them so that I get the best of both?

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  2. David A

    David A TPF Noob!

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    Here is my attempt...

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    Karalee hOtLiPs!

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    Put the dark sky one over the light sky one via layers. Add a masking layer to the dark sky one, and with a black brush go over the couch and logs etc, this will allow the ones you exposed for the bottom to come through. Heres a quick example.

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    Hope that makes sense :lol: welcome back :hug::
     
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    oh wow, that looks marvelous. Really have to give that a try sometime.
     
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    Argh layers are so confusing... anyone with paintshop pro able to explain it better? or is that as "easy as it gets", kara?
     

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