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André Breton, Paul Éluard, and Suzanne Muzard, "Untitled" ca. 1931. Aniline colored collage on notebook paper


Introduction

This is a short hands-on demo demonstrating the basics of working with layers in photoshop to make a photomontage. The goal is to combine a number of source images and make a surreal juxtaposition.

Please download this photoshop file: twomey_demo.psd

  1. Controlling Layer Visibility
  2. Scale and Position Images
  3. Hue and Contrast Adjustment
  4. Image Export