In this video, we learn how to create a double exposure in Photoshop, but along the way we learn several techniques… including… how to remove a background using the select and mask tool.
PS: Sad news: shortly after I recorded this video, I witnessed Peggy get carried to her death by an unknown assailant . She was happily foraging in the front yard when a chupacabra/wolf/coyote/fox viciously attacked her. I darted outside as quickly as possible screaming for someone to get me a gun, but to no avail. Peggy was a good chicken with excellent egg production and she will be fondly remembered.
PPS: This unknown assailant has been terrorizing our homestead for the past few weeks, which is long enough. I will not rest until the chupacaba/wolf/coyote/fox has been extradited to the proper authorities (namely my dad with his gun, sorry city-folk, this is life on the homestead).
PPPS: Is it possible that I am somehow responsible? Because I created this video, immortalized her, and then attracted this predator?
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Is there anyway I can buy print copies of these? Its hard to work and watch a video simultaneously from my desktop.
Hi Veronica! I’m sorry, I’m not sure I understand. Print copies of the photos? Or the instructions? When I’m learning something new, I watch the video on my laptop/phone/iPad while I work on my main desktop.
Wow I guess you really better know how to operate a keyboard this is beyond my knowledge. I’m glad you know how to do it because I was totally lost it the first command. Sorry for the loss of your chicken