Composites: Photoshop or On1 RAW?

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Re: Composites: Photoshop or On1 RAW?

ADW02 wrote:

brucet wrote:

You need to better define what you call 'composites'. It may mean something different to a number of users/readers.

As far as I'm concerned programs that uses layers can do composites. That opens up many options.

Thank you for that. By composites I mean using images from different photos, and pasting them together--convincingly--into one composition for artistic effect. I believe that under no circumstances should a composite be created that makes a social or political statement. Perhaps making a religious statement may be permitted, with the permission and guidance of a person's place of worship, but a religiously-oriented composite should never be made that in any way demeans another faith.

This is the best way that I can describe a composite as I intend to create one. But perhaps there is a more defined description that I can't think of right now.

Thanks for the clarification.

I think you will find many editors that use layers would fit your needs.

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