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The World In Your Hands

 

To Complete this, you will need the following:

 

 

1. Open your landscape picture. Duplicate your background by right clicking on the background layer and selecting duplicate layer.
2. First we need to adjust the landscape so that the right edge is at the same level as the left edge on the horizon. Widen your work area by dragging the corners of your image out using your mouse so you can see the area off your canvas in the image box.

Click View=> New Guide. Set the guide to

  • horizontal
  • 215 pixel

 

3. Select your move tool. Click Edit=> Transform=> Skew. Drag the upper left hand corner straight up till the horizon line on the left matches the guide line. Apply this transformation.
4. Click Filter=> Other=> Offset. Set the following

  • horizontal = 200 pixels
  • vertical = 0
  • wrap around is checked.

You will notice a line straight down the center.

5. Select the Clone Stamp Tool. Set the clone stamp tool to a brush of  65 soft set to 50% opacity.

Hold your Alt key down and Click in an area that you want to copy to put over your seam. Then paint over the seam in one spot. Do not go too far or you will get new seams. Paint the center of this stroke over to darken it. Alt click in another spot. then click on the seam where you want to cover. The most important area is the horizon. Alt click on a clean part of the horizon so that the bottom of the brush is on the guide. Then start painting at the seam horizon so the bottom of the brush is on the guide. Continue cloning until the seam is blended and somewhat undetectable.

6. Click Select=> all. Click Image=> crop (this gets rid of the part that is above the canvas.) Click Edit=> transform=> Flip vertical.

7. Click Image=> image size. Set the following:

  • UNCHECK constrain Proportions
  • Set the width to 300, or the height of your image.


8. Click Filter=> Distort=> Polar Coordinates.

  • Set it from rectangular to polar

9. Click Image=> Canvas Size  and set to the following:

  • width = 300
  • height = 400
  • anchor is center top

10. Select your eye dropper tool and click on the center bottom blue of your top layer to select the light blue on the edge of it. Select your paint bucket fill tool and fill the bottom transparent area of your canvas with this blue.

11. Insert a layer by clicking layer=> new layer and calling it "star field".. Hit your D key followed by your X key to set white as your default color. Select your fill tool (paint bucket) and fill with white.

12. Click Filter=> noise=> add noise. Set the noise to

  • amount = 20%
  • distribution = Gaussian
  • monochromatic is CHECKED.

13. Click Filter=> Blur=> Gaussian Blur. Set the gausian blur to 0.5 pixels.

14. Click image=> adjustments=> threshold.

  • Set the threshold up to 255.

15. Turn the eye on the star field layer off. Click on your planet layer. Select your elliptical marquee tool. Set the options for the elliptical marquee to the following:

  • Style = fixed size
  • width = 83 px
  • height = 83 px.

Use your marquee tool to move this selection exactly over the planet you created.

16. Turn the star field layer on and click on it to make it your active layer. Select your gradient tool. Set the gradient to a radial gradient from white to black.  Plant your gradient in the upper left quadrant of the circle marquee and drag it to the 4 o'clock position.

17. Click Layer=> arrange=> send backwards. Click on the top layer, the planet layer.

18. Select your elliptical marquee tool and set to a feather value 30 pixels and style of fixed size of 300 wide by 300 high. Click in the upper left corner of your image. Then hit the Add layer mask button on the bottom of the layers panel. Set this layer to Hard light mode.
 

19. Open up your image of the woman. Duplicate the background, and turn the eye off on the background layer. While the background copy is the active layer, Use the magnetic lasso to go around the foreground arm, her left arm. Touch up the selection by adding to the selection and subtracting from the selection with the lasso tool. Hit the button for Add Layer mask.

20. Select your move tool. Drag this layer to the planet canvas and drop it. It should insert as your top layer. Use your move tool to position this so that the hand appears like it is holding the planet with it's atmosphere.

Add any text you want on the bottom and you have your poster/card!



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