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Superimpose 2 photos
December 30, 2014
6:03 pm
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Barbara Eaton
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Hi…Some time back, you did a tutorial on how to superimpose 2 photos. I’m not sure you called it that. It was a beach scene of Jim, then you added yourself to make it look like you all were walking side by side on the beach. I tried to use “Search” but no cigar.I know I made notes,but who knows where those are? Will you please help me find the tutorial. Thanks in advance…B Eaton

December 31, 2014
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Hello Barbara,

The video you’re looking for is in the Picasa Collage Short Course. It’s number 8: Multiple Exposures

Let us know if it works for you. Not all pictures are candidates.

January 2, 2015
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Thanks…I got it!

One more question. I’ve noticed a couple of times that Jim has had just a head shot of himself in a circle or oval, included in a newsletter, etc. Is this a Picasa thing, or done with another program? Again, Thanks in advance! BarbaraSmile

January 2, 2015
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I’ll bet you’re referring to pictures like these:

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These are done with a feature on his Samsung phone called Dual camera. It is taking a picture with the normal rear lens, and also taking a selfie with the front lens at the same time. You have tools to position, frame and size it. Fun stuff.

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