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Feathered edges

  • Category: Gimp
  • Published: Friday, 16 June 2017 13:05
  • Written by Super User
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We would now like to blur the the edges of the selection slightly to make the merge better with the lower tool. One way to achieve this is to use the top menu selection, feather. This will feather a few pixels around the edge of the selection and mask the join slightly.

 

Make the lower layer active. Select all and from the top menu Colours, BW film simulation (there are several other ways to simulate monochrome film). The old red truck should now be in colour while the background is in monochrome. As a final touch try selecting the lowe layer the use Filters, Decor, Fuzzy border.

 

Finally use Image, Merge visible layers to give you a single layered image for export.

 

 (Original image of truck copyright Vandervegt6613, wickimedia.org, modified image copyright Neil Turner creative commons 3.0 attribution unported.)

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