I need help adding deer to my photograph. Can you help me?

I need help! I dont know how to import images and use them in a photograph. I would like to have 2-3 deer added to this photograph to help bring the capture alive. I’d like to have a couple deer standing in the water and one on the creek bank in the snowy white area, left side of the creek center of the photograph. Could someone please help me with this? Your help would be greatly appreciated…Thank you, Dennis

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  • stephaniek
    stephaniekalmost 4 years ago

    Do you have a fax machine? I can fax you the instructions for Corel that my RB friend sent me!!

  • No i dont have a fax machine….sigh….here’s an idea though……take a pic of it if you can zoom in close enough i should be able to see them

    – wiscbackroadz

  • © Janis Zroback
    © Janis Zrobackalmost 4 years ago

    I don’t know how to alter any photos other wise I would be happy to help, but if Stephaniek has the instructions, it can be sent to you as a word document attached to an email

  • Thank you for the tip Janis….Steph and i are working on that as we speak :-)

    – wiscbackroadz

  • Lois Romer
    Lois Romeralmost 4 years ago

    i knowhow todoit but not good at explaining. you should be able to google this. what program do you use. in photoshop you open you image and then open an image with deer. then drop and drag the deer image over the other then zoom in and use the history brush over the parts of the deer image you dont want to reveal the picture below the deer. I know thats a basic answer.

  • I use Corel Paintshop Pro Ultimate Photo X2. I have’nt found anything on the corel website explaining how this is done

    – wiscbackroadz

  • Lois Romer
    Lois Romeralmost 4 years ago

    Sorry I dont use Corel so cannot help. have you posted this question in the forums as someone will know.

  • That’s a good idea thank you!

    – wiscbackroadz

  • Imagery
    Imageryover 3 years ago

    Don’t use Coral but try downloading GIMP, it is free open source Image Editing that rivals photoshop. Add a transparent layer, select the deer from the other photo using the lasso,fuzzy select or color select tools. Apply a quick mask so only the deer is shown, copy the selection and paste into the new image. Either merge or flatten the layers. The hard part is selecting the deer and getting the lighting right. Once you have selected the deer you may need to adjust contrast and exposure to match the original.

  • Imagery
    Imageryover 3 years ago

    BTW, you can download GIMP for free at www.gimp.org