A Bit of Fun With Photoshop

I decided to use a photo of Dover Castle, cut it, save it to a transparent background and then drag and drop it onto a variety of photos. These are the results. Of course if I was any good, I could add shadings to make it look real.

THESE ARE ALL PHOTOSHOPPED

Massive bird

Massive bird

Storm clouds

Storm clouds

Watchful Eye

Watchful Eye

Fire In The Sky

Fire In The Sky

Night Moon

Night Moon

Daytime Moon

Daytime Moon

62 thoughts on “A Bit of Fun With Photoshop

    • Thank you Zooky :-) It’s odd, the one that is most blatantly photoshopped is the one that is liked the most :-)

  1. It sounds like you had fun, Al, and I have to go with the storm clouds (clouds again) and both of the moon shots! I like to play around on Picassa, so whatever program you’re using, it’s fun to experiment…:)

    • Expensive isn’t the word. There’s no need for it to be priced the way it is. I was given a copy by a friend a couple of years ago. I could upgrade for less money, but it is still way too muvh

  2. A I love this. This is how I create my art, I use layers and also the masking too to erase and spraypaint, well I use all the tools but I love this. I also use Illustrator to redraw some things but I totally love how you showed this! :) Love this lesson you have a steady hand! :)

  3. I have been trying to over lay in my photo program for months but am not doing something right. Whatever I place in the already existing photo just covers it up. Any suggestions? You did a great job. I love the eye in the photo. This is what I am trying to do , the two different scenes

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