Blending Images in ACDSee Photo Editor
Blending images in ACDSee Photo Editor is a very useful feature that helps you create amazing new images from the photos you have shot. Blending images is possible using the vignette feature of the program that allows you to blend the images into one. Although your images can be totally different, they do need to have some similarities because there has to be an area where they will merge. This area cannot be that different or else the created image will look weird. Here is how you can blend images in ACDSee Photo Editor in a few easy steps.
Step 1: Create a Workspace
The first thing you need to do is to create the workspace where you will be blending the images. The typical workspace is 10x10 or 12x12. Once you do that, bring the 2 images you want to blend together.
Step 2: Edit the Images
In this step, you need to edit the images. You can crop the images and create the merging area. Once you are done, you will need to prepare the images for blending.
Step 3: Prepare the Images
In this step, you will need to prepare the images for blending. You should select the images and then go to the vignette tool that is located underneath the “Create” tab. Pull the menu down to see your options. The best way to work on image blending is to use the Linear Vignette, so change its type to Linear.
Step 4: Blend the Images
You should drag the images you want to blend together. There is a sliding dot that helps you adjust the amount of gradient. Use it to adjust it the way you want. Once you are done, click on apply vignette and you will see your images blended together.