What is trick photography? How two join two seperate pictures?

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Hi,

I do not have photoshop, so need some help to make a mock up photo. Please can you help me.

Basically, I have this picture.
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and I need to cut out this guy, make him the same size and put him on her left
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then cut this guy out, size him up too and put him on her right
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I also need to get the skin tones right, so if you can change the guys skin tone / lighting to a similar match to hers, that would be great!

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I hope you realize that what you are asking is a very time consuming process and skilled Photoshop wizards bill at $120 per hour and up?

While you may attract some Photoshop students who will help you as a challenge, if you really want your future photo manipulation to be exactly to your specifications, you really cannot depend upon peoples charity and will either have to learn how to do this yourself using Photoshop or budget for future projects and use a professional digital image retoucher and post production expert.

Just for the future:  When knowing you are going to be making composite manipulations of photos, it is VERY important to make sure that the lighting on all the subjects is identical.  Your first shot was done in a studio with controlled lighting at a lighting ratio of between 3:1 and 4:1.  The other two subjects were shot in the shade without any white balance correction with a lighting ratio of between 1:1 and 1:2.  You may want to reshoot the last two subjects in the same studio using the same lighting setup so the retoucher can dispense with all the colour and lighting corrections necessary if you still go with the same three shots.  In addition, you will want to make sure all three shots have the models in exactly the same distance from the camera using the same lens and at least a plain background like in the first shot or using a chroma key background to make the whole of the retouching experience less time consuming.

Pre-planning shots like these can take literally hours off the time necessary to spend in front of the computer making adjustments that could have been done in the camera at the time of the shoot

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