Photoshop is a photo-editing software program from Adobe that is ideal for making changes in photos. Sometimes it is necessary to combine two different photographs onto one background. Using certain tools and commands in Photoshop allows you to create a new digital photograph quickly.
Open an image in Photoshop and duplicate the layer to ensure that it is unlocked and editable. To do so, click the down arrow on the upper-right-hand side of the Layers Palette and choose "Duplicate Layer."
On the unlocked layer, use the "Zoom" tool located at the bottom of your Tools Palette to magnify the person you would like to cut out of the photo. Using the "Polygon Lasso" or "Pen" tool from your Tools Palette, click around the person to select him. In the Tool Presets Palette, choose a "Feather Range" of 1 px and turn on the check box to enable the "Anti-alias" option. Choose the "File" option in the toolbar, select "Edit" and click the "Cut" option.
Open the second image in Photoshop. Create a new layer by clicking the down arrow on the upper-right-hand side of the Layers Palette and choose "New Layer." Click in this new layer to highlight it, choose the "File" option in the toolbar, select "Edit" and click the "Paste" option.
Use the "Eraser" tool located in your Tools Palette to trim the excess background around the person you cut out of the first photo. Use the "Move" tool located at the top of your Tools Palette to position the person.
Save your new image to your desired folder on your computer by choosing the "File" option in the toolbar, and then select "Save."
To fine-tune your new image, create a new layer. On this levels adjustment layer you can create a mask, a drop shadow or make colour corrections.