Create a Monochrome Collage in GIMP

Create a Monochrome Collage in GIMP

22.04.2020
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In this GIMP Photo Manipulation tutorial, I show you how to composite multiple photos together to create a monochrome collage – or in other words a collage based on a single color (purple). Yes, believe it or not this was done entirely with free photo editing software and free stock photos.

I show you how to remove an image background, combined and blend multiple photos together, add shape and line graphics, and colorize your photo using the same color scheme throughout. This tutorial is made using GIMP 2.10.18, the latest version of GIMP at the time of this tutorial. I go through the steps for this digital art tutorial in a way beginners should be able to understand and follow.

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https://www.pexels.com/photo/woman-wearing-white-off-shoulder-blouse-standing-next-to-yellow-fiat-500l-1200375/
https://pixabay.com/photos/beach-sand-path-fence-grass-962787/
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https://pixabay.com/photos/desert-drought-composing-dehydrated-279862/

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