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I am designing project which has following specificity,
1.Capture image from web cam and transfer it a picture box or panel.
2.The captured image will be the background image.
3.I need to drag and drop another image on the background image(which was captured by web cam).
Like this
I have the cropped image of the jewellery
This is for a jewelery store desktop .
Any help to relating code for topics is appreciated.
Thanking in advance.

You will probably be best advised to use the WPF Thumb class:

There is a very good article (which was found using a simple article search in the search box you can see towards the top right of your screen, i suggest using it in future before posting a question as its a lot quicker ;p) on the use of both the thumb control and adorner layers, located here:

WPF Diagram Designer: Part 1

That should cover everything you need to know
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First of all thanks a lot for directing me to the example.I am trying to remove the selector from the content control like the one executed in the adorner example. I cant seem to do it. Any idea how you can do that. Remove the selector from the content control in the thumb example.
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