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thelagger

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Hello,

I have a photo with a fellow colleague in which my shirt is lacking the required company logo, and the only option I have now is to photoshop it in. We were seated so my shirt is a bit wrinkled - How can I efficiently paste the logo over and make it look convincing? I can render the logo, but pasting a solid copy of the logo over a wrinkled shirt isn't looking going too well.

thanks,
 

AbdulW87

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you can share the picture if you like and some of the members can even give it a try and explain it as well how to do it.
 

thelagger

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I appreciate all the tips :)

I tried the displacement method but apparently I don't think I have Illustrator.
 
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AbdulW87

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I appreciate all the tips :)

I tried the displacement method but apparently I don't think I have Illustrator.
i dont think you need illustrator for that, what you need to to do is open the picture and save it as a displacement map, then place the logo over the shirt and apply a displacement map on it.
 

thelagger

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i dont think you need illustrator for that, what you need to to do is open the picture and save it as a displacement map, then place the logo over the shirt and apply a displacement map on it.
Which picture and how do you save it as a displacement map?
 

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