|Posted on January 30, 2014 at 4:15 PM|
It's important when replacing a background on a photograph for it to blend seamlessly and look like it could have been part of the original, matching both tone and texture. Many times I see "restorations" where the subject appears to have been "cut out" and "pasted" bringing visions of scrapbooking to mind.
Check out how Uncle Hip's WWII Army Air Force Portrait looks with a new background!
Click here to view this video on YouTube.