School’s Back in Action:

School started nearly three days ago and I already love my classes for the semester, despite one of them to be seemingly challenging. For instance, learning how to collect data and using mathematical equations on Microsoft Excel. The homework load has not kicked in yet because it is the first week back but hopefully, I can keep up to date with the workload, turn it on time and follow the instructions.

I know that this is a random blog post tonight, but it was the only topic I can think of at the moment before I hit the sack and prepare for another educational day.

I hope everyone has a great night tonight! Keep on blogging and y’all will do fine.

How to Take One Hibiscus from One Picture and Blend it In With Another Photo on Photoshop:

When it comes to copying  one plant in one picture and pasting it into another picture, that is the easiest part of the job. However, erasing the background from the picture you copied and transferred has to be perfect, or, cleaned up in order to show how clear and unique the photo looks.

In order to do this step by step, you must take two different photos of Hibiscus and open them up on Photoshop:

  1. Use the rectangular marquee tool to copy the plant you want to transfer to the other photograph
  2. In order to paste the plant onto the other picture, find a spot and use the rectangular marquee tool to place where the plant will go and click paste.
  3. In order to enlarge or shrink the pasted photo, right click your mouse and select free transform. Move up and widen the image to enlarge or move the image down and close together to shrink
  4. After you have pasted and feel ready to erase the background so that the flower can be intact and blend in with the photograph, select the eraser tool and begin erasing the edges of the plant and move around until the unnecessary background from the image is erased.
  5. The hibiscus on the left was copied and pasted on Photoshop. Hence, why the plant, itself is smaller than the one on the right.

    The hibiscus on the left was copied and pasted on Photoshop. Hence, why the plant, itself is smaller than the one on the right.