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Chapter 22. Advanced Compositing And Col... > Moving Artwork from Image to Image

Moving Artwork from Image to Image

Although being able to duplicate image elements from the same image can be useful, the real power (and, let's face it, the real fun) of Photoshop is adding elements of other images. Two terms are generally used when discussing moving image data from one document to another. Source refers to the file (or area) from which you're copying pixels. Destination refers to the file (or area) to which the pixels are being copied. For example, a source image might be an object or a person, and the destination image is perhaps a background or environment. In Figure 22.10, the source image is the cannon, and the destination image is the horse-racing track.

Figure 22.10. The source image was plopped into the middle of the destination image.



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