Adding objects to a photograph.

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by DD, Feb 20, 2007.

  1. DD

    DD Guest

    I am new to Photoshop and even though I have a book and have studied
    the help file, I cannot find out how to add an object such as a dog or
    another person to a photograph. Could anyone point to a 'How To'
    Internet site where I will be able to learn from simple instructions how
    to do this? I am using Photoshop 7. I would be grateful for any suggestions.

    DD
     
    DD, Feb 20, 2007
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  2. DD

    Dave Guest


    Are you new to Photoshop or new to computing?
    Simply try http://www.google.com for tutorials.
    There are thousands and thousands

    Dave
     
    Dave, Feb 20, 2007
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  3. This should do... head, dog other person, it's all the same.
    http://www.myjanee.com/tuts/headrep/headrep.htm
     
    /\\BratMan/\\, Feb 20, 2007
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  4. DD

    DD Guest

    I am not new to computers and I am well aware of the power of Googling,
    I have tried to find something that suits my needs by asking Google but
    I had no idea how to describe the feature I was looking for and all the
    results, when I got some, were way off topic as far as I am concerned. I
    do not want to work through a tutorial at this stage and the link
    provided by <Bratman> is exactly what I wanted. Thank you for your
    interest, I hope you are more encouraging of new users next time you
    answer a query!

    DD
     
    DD, Feb 20, 2007
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    DD Guest

    DD, Feb 20, 2007
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    Dave Guest

    No DD (coincidentally, I sometimes use the same nickname, 'cause it is
    my initials) I do not really deserve this answer. I deal with quite a
    few newsgroups, on more subjects then only PS, and the experience is
    people to lazy to use a search machine. Your way of calling it
    'Googling' prove that most probably you are new on computing; because,
    Google is only one of many search machines. Many people think
    searching means googling - if you confirmed on my question whether you
    are new to computing, I would have been much more help full.
    I sometimes search for days before asking -
     
    Dave, Feb 20, 2007
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    Thehelper

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    AhumAHum wow 3 years later....

    Wow Dave you really shouldn't use forums for helping people. If someone asks a question you either help them or shut up and move on. I needed exactly the same help as DD and the link provided worked. You suck Dave.
     
    Thehelper, Jun 7, 2010
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