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    Be happy! There are more free stock photography shots in my Freestock set.

    MSE2006, dancingnymph, lnestlerode, and 16 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Mark McGrady 86 months ago | reply

      Excellent, very good

    2. Dave Wilson Cumbria 86 months ago | reply

      Superb composite! Love how it is coming out of the top frame.

    3. Debbi Bowness 86 months ago | reply

      Excellent message and excellent image too! I really like it, it's fun! How did you do that and how do you come up with these!

    4. Donna56455 86 months ago | reply

      Ha! Great! :-)

    5. Dave Wilson Cumbria 86 months ago | reply

      Yeh come on & spill the beans Alan, you've got people guessing :)

    6. Alan Cleaver 86 months ago | reply

      Shucks. I'm embarrassed someone will pull me up for knowing how to do it properly. But...

      I was inspired by Horrgakx's how-to-do cutouts session into thinking that with the right cutout you could make a Flickr image that appeared to be jumping out the photo. Pictures of me doing it didn't seem to work (!) but then I saw this toy and thought that would be ideal.

      The 'ghost' versions bouncing up are layered images set to 50 per cent opaqueness. The cut out at the top was much harder than it should be and hopefully someone can tell me how to do it easier in Elements. But basically, I put a black frame on the picture, drew a black line across the top (excluding the head of course) and then painted the top section white to blend in with the Flick website page. Does that make sense?

      I couldn't see in Elements how to draw an empty box to act as the frame.

    7. Sarah Lucy France 86 months ago | reply

      hahaha excellent!!! Nice technique!

    8. margaretbaker91 85 months ago | reply

      Yes, I love this shot - how clever

    9. Amy Greenwood Photography 85 months ago | reply

      This is pretty cool! :)

    10. hnmom 37 months ago | reply

      Awesome image, thanks for sharing. I used it on my blog:

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