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  • LittleBlueTroll


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Posted 20 May 2013 - 09:46 PM

Hello people! Wondering if someone can help me with a slight problem. Well i don't need help i really need advice.
Basically i need advice figuring out the best way to create a "Before and After" Photo. You know the ones, when you put 2 photos side by side to show the comparison or changes made.

But the images are large,so it makes it really hard to get a canvas that fits both images.

I have Photoshop 7.0, CS3, and CS6 Extended edition. I have googled, youtubed and searched the problem and had no real luck or any good advice.

Any tips guys?

  • Graven


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Posted 23 May 2013 - 03:50 PM

Why don't You do them on separate layers?
Putting em side by side is your smallest problem, You can do that after editing is finished. It's much easier switching from layer to another than between images.

How You gonna achieve wanted result, depends what kind of before & after images You're working on. Aging? Beautifying?

Here is one tutorial:

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