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    Photo editing software

    Anyone know any good photo editing software as want to blend 2 images together like one kinda faded behind the other? NOT Photoshop as im crap with photoshop Cheers

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    I use Paintshop Pro for something like this. Much easier than Photoshop.

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    Gimp? Lalala 10 characters...

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    I'd have said Gimp as well, but its very similar to photoshop. So if you struggle with that ............

    Its very easy to do though, depending on what you want to blend. just put both images into one on separate layers and reduce the opacity of the layer on top, so the one underneath shows through. Then delete any parts of the top image you don't want with the eraser or selection tool.

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    merging two layers together is only something that can be done with a program like photoshop.. I think there used to be a downloadable program called photomerge that did stuff like this in seconds.

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