I wanted to create a image, that contains 4 pictures of Rotterdam, a transparten picture of the Dutch flag and flames on the back ground. The idea was to let the 4 picture fade into eachother, by using a Eraser on them with Opacity 50% so that they fade in, and then change the entire opacity of them to 50% so that you could see the picture faded into eachother with the flames and the dutch flag on the background. Unfortunatly it didn't work entirely as i wished and i ended up with a few large spots of wrong blendings, as seen on the picture. You can clearly see 4 stipes of where there is still a part of the original( not opacity ) image. Another picture of it, but this time without the the ocacity of the entire images, so they are still hiding, the flag and flames. So what i would love to now is, how do i manage to blend in these 4 pictures, but without ending up with black stripes like in the second picture or unbleded pieces of pictures like in the first.
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15th March 2005
Looks like you need to feather your pics a little bit. If you're using photoshop, select the lasso (or I prefer using the polygonal lasso) and set your feather to maybe 5 or 10 pixels. Then select a small area around the edge of what you want to blend, and delete. With those pics you could put a white or grey layer at the bottom to cover up any holes you might make.
Thanks for the help, i did what you said, and then merged the images and it worked, thanks very much:bows: