Friday, December 9, 2011
Pics used for backdrop (requests for them)
Cutting them out and matching them is kind of a pain, it leaves a seam, unless you overlap. I would recommend taking the pictures to a Kinko's or Fed Ex Store and having them print them as one continuous roll. It will come out to four feet or so. You will need to use Photoshop, Gimp or related and butt the pictures against each other. I tried it in Paint and it works. In the last few shots, cut out the rocks and the over pass. This is what the sample of three of the photos butted together look like: (as you add the photos, you can move them into and on each other, match the natural breaks in the pictures.