Re: Fading between 'Then and Now' pictures
- From: Talker <Talker@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 01 Nov 2008 16:14:01 -0500
On Mon, 27 Oct 2008 17:07:48 -0700, Gary Edstrom
I have several sets of 'Then and Now' pictures around Southern
California. I have loaded a pair of them into different layers in
Photoshop and have registered them almost exactly. It's interesting to
fade back and forth by adjusting the opacity of the upper layer.
Is there any sort of utility in the Adobe arsenal that would allow me to
post the pair of pictures on the web and have them fade back-and-forth
Here is my first pair of pictures simply stacked one-above-the-other.
This is the north-bound Hollywood Freeway in Los Angeles at the Vermont
Avenue over crossing. The two pictures were taken in 1956 by my father
and in 2006 by me:
As someone has mentioned, the easiest way to do this is to use
morphing software like Morpheus
I used it and made this transition of your two pictures in about
30 seconds. I uploaded it to Bigupload so that you can see what
Morpheus can do. Here's the Bigupload link to the avi.
If you've never used Biguploads before, when you click on the
above link, it will take you to a page where you need to select the
"Free" button at the bottom. The next window requires you to type in
the code at the top of the page. Once you've done that, you can begin
If there was a better place to post the file, I would have used
it, but Biguploads is about the same as all of the other free file
hosting sites, so that's what I used.
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