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Unlock the full potential of Photoshop by mastering the Auto-Blend Layers feature to seamlessly merge two images and achieve captivating visual effects. In this comprehensive tutorial, we’ll guide you through the process step by step.

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Hot Air Balloon

Step 1

Open the two images you want to blend in Photoshop:

In this case, I’m selecting one of the hot air balloon on the left (you can just draw a rough selection with Lasso Tool):

Copy and paste the selection to the other document:

Step 2

Select both images by holding down the Ctrl key (or Cmd key on Mac) and clicking on each image layer.

Hint: If you’re working with a background layer which is locked, unlock it first before using auto-blend.

Step 3

Go to Edit > Auto-Blend Layers.

Step 4

In the Auto-Blend Layers dialog box, select the Seamless Tones and Colors option.

Photoshop will automatically blend the two images together and create layer masks to blend the images together seamlessly. You can then adjust the blend settings as needed.

Here are some additional tips for using auto-blend layers:

  • Make sure the images you want to blend are similar in size and resolution.
  • You can make further adjustments such as curves, levels to make the blend perfect

Additional Tips for Flawless Blending:

  • Ensure images are similar in size and resolution.
  • Fine-tune the blend using tools like curves and levels for perfection.
  • Experiment with different blend settings to discover unique effects tailored to your creative vision.

Now you’ve mastered the art of blending two images effortlessly! For further guidance and advanced techniques, consult Adobe Photoshop’s help documentation.

Further Readings

How to Blend Two Images Together in Photoshop

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