double paste

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double paste
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This was a double paste. First I pasted the balloon, then realized it needed a reflection. I then opened the balloon image and under image> rotate>flip image vertical, I used a water paper filter & smudge stick filter on it to look distorted. Then pasted the balloon in the water. I then blended the edges of the balloon to make it look like it was distorted in the water. Without blending the edges it looked very pasted. I used another program (microsoft digital image pro) to blend the edges of the reflective balloon. I probably could of done the edges in Photoshop, but did not know how.
Could you explain how I would of done that in PS?

Exif: F Number: 22, Exposure Bias Value: +0, Exposure Time: 1/40, Flash: flash did not fire, ISO: 100, Focal Length: 28mm, Camera Model: Canon EOS 30D

Uploaded on 10/12/2007 8:19:46 AM

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