Using Transparency to Create Composite Images

Using Transparency to Create Composite Images

By Roger Wambolt

In this tutorial you will learn how to use the transparency tools and lenses in CorelDRAW to create a composite image. You can use this technique to touch up an existing photo, for example replacing a dreary sky with a bright and sunny background. But you can also use this technique to create a surreal, fantasy effect. We will show you how to use the transparency tool to erase parts of an image so that one or more image behind shows through, and then how to make fine adjustments with feathering. Once you have your images combined into a new image, we’ll show you how to uses various lenses to apply different looks and styles to your final photo.

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