Image on Image Layering

Image on Image Layering

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This Make was created by Kevin Hodgson



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There are times when you might need to take part of one image and layer in another image. For the #rangerme meme project in the CLMOOC, we had a template where participants needed to layer in their own image to create themselves as honorary park rangers.

Photoshop users can do this easily but many of us are not photoshopping experts.

Another easier way to do this task is to use PicMonkey, a free online photo editing site. By uploading a template, and then using the erase/layer tool, you can easily place a second image on top of the first. PicMonkey allows for you to download and/or share the final version.


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  1. Susan Watson #rangerme
       submitted by Susan Watson

    My response to the #rangerme challenge My response to the #rangerme challenge

  2. Amy Cody Clancy #rangerme
       submitted by Amy Cody Clancy

    Okay took Kevin H.'s challenge to #rangerme I used http://faceonface.net/en/ and searched for park ranger. It took several rounds to find this one. Upload was easy- and I just used the snipping tool to take a pic once it was done.

  3. Brian Kelley #rangerme
       submitted by Brian Kelley

    Amazing no metal bands ever nabbed the name "Park Ranger"…

  4. Stephanie Loomis #rangerme
       submitted by Stephanie Loomis

    Stephanie Loomis and #rangerme Stephanie Loomis and #rangerme

  5. Melvina Kurashige #rangerme
       submitted by Melvina Kurashige

    My response to Kevin's challenge #RangerMe 

  6. Sheri Edwards #rangerme
       submitted by Sheri Edwards

    I am @ Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area to #RangerMe 

  7. Margaret Simon #rangerme
       submitted by Margaret Simon

    another example of #rangerme another example of #rangerme

  8. Daniel Bassill #rangerme
       submitted by Daniel Bassill

    As I created my own park ranger graphic I decided to take a look at visitor demographics at national parks. My Google search brought up this age for Y osemite, in California, which I visited about 10 years ago with my son. http://www.nps.gov/yose/learn/management/statistics.htm The statistics show that only 1% of park visitors were Black or African American and there's not even a category for Hispanic visitors. As #clmooc members post photos of parks they love, perhaps this will stimulate a conversation about who's benefiting from the National Parks. Since everyone pays for these with their taxes, this should be a… Read more »

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