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This function can be used to
1) Personalise your photographs
2) Add signatures to your photographs

The input to this function are two pictures -
Input 1: your photograph
Input 2: your signature

Note : 1) These two pictures should be passed to the function in the correct order.
2) signature image (Input 2) should be smaller in size to Input 1.
3) In the 'signature' image (Input 2) - signature should be darker than the background (say, for example, the foreground i.e. signature is black and background is white)

The output is a single image with your signature on top of the photograph. cooooool, isn't it??


Example :
% Consider two images - (1) picture.bmp (2) signature.bmp (Your picture files can have any name)
output=signature_photograph('picture.bmp','signature.bmp');
imshow(uint8(output));

Save this file in MATLABWork directory and type "help signature_photograph" at the MATLAB command prompt.

Try it out!!

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