Introduction: Seamless Photographs

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There are three ways to get seamless photographs.
1. Use a large enough background.
2. Use a seamless backdrop.
3. Filling in the background.
I am going to discus filling in the background with a simple program like paint.

Step 1: Background

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I start by creating a mottled background if you don’t have one you can make one by selecting, copying and pasting a photograph of anything.
That is how I created these mottled backgrounds, I selected a ½ inch square, copied and pasted then reselected a ½ inch square, copied and pasted until I created these background.

Step 2: Select

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Once you have a background select the centre copy and paste to the photograph leaving gaps around the object in the photograph.

Step 3: Fill in the Small Gaps

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After the main body is filled in zoom in and fill in the smaller gaps one pixel at a time.

Step 4: Finished

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In no time you have created this.

Comments

Blechmen (author)2012-03-24

Hey this is a cool way of doing this but ya I use gimp when I do this kid of stuff but I have never really thought of using paint.

I just got gimp and havent had a chance to play with it.

Gimp is really fun the best way to get familiar is just to play around with it. have fun

doflagie (author)2012-02-07

Good job. And I'm really glad to see you use Paint. Everyone that has windows will have Paint and not have to buy an expensive program to do this.

I don't know if you've seen it, but GIMP is a pretty powerful imaging software package. And the price is right, it's free. GIMP will do a pattern fill with a pattern you create.

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