Photoshop Technique: Auto Blend Layers (Video)

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: April 9, 2013

Category: Videos

Hey Everyone,

How’s it going?

Following on from yesterday, here’s today’s Quick Post.

Here’s a short video I recorded whilst editing my Wolverine picture showing 3 Photoshop techniques for filling an empty area of empty canvas so as to make a larger area of sky.

I hope you find it useful.

As always, if you have any questions or comments then feel free to make use of the comments section below or drop me an email to glyn@www.glyndewis.com

Have a good one and I’ll catch you back here tomorrow.
Enjoy,
Glyn

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5 Comments

  1. DaveT

    Great tip Glyn, I have some images of aircraft in flight that I want to have with more sky around them, so this is ideal.

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  2. Russ Robinson

    That’s pretty brilliant…I totally would have gone with CAF and just cloned out the aberration. But when you add up the total time saved with superior techniques like the one you’ve demonstrated here, it can equate to hours and hours saved on the back end. As always, thanks for sharing! -Russ

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  3. llanos

    Just another reminder that we know shit about Photshop. ha! 😉

    Thanks for the tip!

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  4. Tom Woollard

    Nice one Glyn, I’m actually working on a project right now that will really benefit from using this technique. What will I do with all the time I’ll save?! Great stuff as always.

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  5. Steve H

    Did you hear that – it was the sound of my jaw hitting the floor. You’re right, the temptation is to assume that the latest and greatest features are the solution to all our needs. But, as you nicely demonstrated. that’s not always the case.

    Cheers Glyn – keep on keeping on.

    Steve

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