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#1 mrs.faith

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Posted 10 January 2017 - 08:39 PM

Good day.
 
I am very new and have no experience and would like know how to deal with this :
I have 2 images, I want to make one transparent and insert it to other one to have one frame with one image (original) in background, transparent one foreground.
 
Please help. 
 
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Posted 10 January 2017 - 08:54 PM

Open both images.
On the one that you want to make transparent for insertion remove any unnecessary background color (if needed), copy the then that image, next  go to your other image (original background image),  paste it there. Move it around until it's where you want it. You can also adjust the size of the pasted transparent image to make it relate better to the other image you are pairing it with.
Then (important) save it as a new name. So you don't overwrite your original.

 

Hope that helps

I use paint.net

If you need exact paint.net directions will do. 


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Posted 11 January 2017 - 06:33 AM

Open both images.
On the one that you want to make transparent for insertion remove any unnecessary background color (if needed), copy the then that image, next  go to your other image (original background image),  paste it there. Move it around until it's where you want it. You can also adjust the size of the pasted transparent image to make it relate better to the other image you are pairing it with.
Then (important) save it as a new name. So you don't overwrite your original.

 

Hope that helps

I use paint.net

If you need exact paint.net directions will do. 

What software I should use.

Thanks.



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Posted 11 January 2017 - 09:18 AM

Adobe photoshop is good if you have it.
There are several free imaging editing programs.

I use paint.net
It has a learning curve.
It is free to download.

It depends on your need.
If you are doing this mainly to learn how or if this is the only image that you want to edit.
If it is a one time thing you might be better just asking to have someone do it for you.

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Posted 13 January 2017 - 03:32 AM

Well, I found a great lightweight software did great job for me http://www.irfanview.com/

Thanks for help.

 

Adobe photoshop is good if you have it.
There are several free imaging editing programs.

I use paint.net
It has a learning curve.
It is free to download.

It depends on your need.
If you are doing this mainly to learn how or if this is the only image that you want to edit.
If it is a one time thing you might be better just asking to have someone do it for you.






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