UFO Hoax Picture

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Introduction: UFO Hoax Picture

Make You Very Own U.F.O. Sighting With Photoshop!

Step 1: Materials

You'll need:
A Camera
UFO (Metal Bowl Works Great)
Area in The Middle of Nowhere
A Computer With PhotoShop

Step 2: Take Pictures

Take Pictures of the background and your "UFO"

Step 3: Time for Some PHOTOSHOPING!

Upload the Photos Onto Your Computer to begin editing
1: Crop the background from the UFO
2: Fine tune the cropping (be careful and patient. zoom in if it helps)
3:Add UFO to Background
4:Adjust size and position as necessary
5:(optonal) add motion blur for more realisticness

Step 4: Done

You'v got Yourself a UFO Sighting!

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    24 Comments

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    pinkmonkey
    pinkmonkey

    11 years ago on Introduction

    im a noob for saying this but how do u add photos to the thing so u can see it and do all that croping stuff plees reply

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    digitech
    digitech

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    to import is easy: method 1: drag and drop. take the image and plunk it into the middle of the program. Mehod 2: on image Method 3: in photoshop, click file in the toolbar, on the dropdown menu, click "open.." and select the image from your files. hope this helps! :)

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    pinkmonkey
    pinkmonkey

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    oh and how do you fine crop? pleese reply anyone can reply

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    pinkmonkey
    pinkmonkey

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    no i found out how to fine tune now i nedd how to put the ufo on the background

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    digitech
    digitech

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    on the ufo image window, ure the marqee tool, (the dashed line box) and draw one around your ufo. then click file, copy. then double click on the background window to bring it foward. then go to file, paste. use the move tool to resize and position your ufo hope this helps!

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    pinkmonkey
    pinkmonkey

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    i didnt use ur way i foung out that he used the erasor so i did here it is

    ufo picture.jpg
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    berky93
    berky93

    12 years ago on Introduction

    nice. is that really photoshop youre using? it looks so...awesome. very un-photoshop.

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    digitech
    digitech

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    the version of photoshop I'm using is photoshop elements six.

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    berky93
    berky93

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    oh. why does photoshop elements have better visual appeal than regular photoshop?! :(

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    skrubol
    skrubol

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    PSE is aimed at amateur photographers and new users, whereas PS is aimed at pros. For pros, functionality, and version to version consistency (some have been using PS for a decade or more,) trump ease of use and prettiness. PSE is pretty and easy to attract new users and people who don't want to spend hours and hours (weeks, months?) learning how to get the most out of their photo editor.

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    berky93
    berky93

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I dont know about that. I think PSE is aimed at users who only need to touch-up photographs, adjust hue/saturation, brightness, crop, etc. regular PS is for users create and modify images past general retouching

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    digitech
    digitech

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    there is photoshop CS4 which is aimed at the "prosumers" so there isnt a need to simplify and make the interface more prettyful however, PSE has a quick and easy interface for the more average user

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    digitech
    digitech

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    well, adobe is constantly putting out better versions of photoshop, they all ready made Photoshop Seven and they also released CS4

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    berky93
    berky93

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    yeah. I actually like cs3 better than cs4.

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    berky93
    berky93

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    oh yeah, adding some lens blur helps make it more realistic. only a little bit, like in an old photograph. and while in the lens blur dialog, increase the noise a little to make it look grainy. I made a picture using that technique, I think it worked out really well:

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    berky93
    berky93

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    (sorry didnt upload to the last comment correctly)

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