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I'm creating an image where a section of the picture needs to be zoomed into and pasted on top of the original picture. I know how to create it, I just need some links to examples of this sort of look. I want the section on the original picture to be somehow connected to the blown up version of itself on the top later.

Please post some links to examples.
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Yeah thats the type.... any more examples?
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by:weed
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Nope. I did that one in 3 minutes, quick-n-dirty just as an example.
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by:ren_b
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if you know how to do it, why do you need so many examples?
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I want to get it to look right.
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there isn't a right way to do anything, it only has to look right to you.
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I like weed's the best.
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