Polar coordinates, seamless tiling, atmospheric fog, color grading and more. Learn the tools in Photoshop to bring your vision to life. And the skills required for professional photoshop retouching and compositing.
1 Hour, 21 Minutes
Beginner to Intermediate
This course takes you through all the steps necessary to create a professional composite from beginning to end. Learn from a professional, award-winning creative director who has worked with top clients all across the globe. In addition to individual tools and features, you will also learn the WORKFLOW used by professionals, putting you on the path to creating photoshop art as a career.BUY THE COURSE
Polar Coordinates—one of the first filters in Photoshop—allows you to take any image from rectangular to circular. It opens the door to all sorts of creative ideas. Here you will learn the entire workflow, from creating a tileable image to using the filter most effectively.
To really sell a composite, you want a foreground, middle ground and background—with your subject placed in the middle. Learn the basic techniques required to not only add a new middle and foreground, but also how to seamlessly integrate these in a few quick steps.
Learn how to separate your image into more distinct layers, separated by atmosphere to create the illusion of greater depth. This is an essential technique used in compositing—not only does it create depth, but it also draws attention to your subject by lessening background detail.
Join thousands of other creatives around the world in becoming masters of Photo Compositing. Whether you are a photographer, creative director, designer or budding artist—THIS COURSE IS FOR YOU!
"Polar Coordinates is one of those tools you see in Photoshop but never use. After doing this course, I now see all sorts of opportunities to use it!"
Photoshop Basics & Shortcuts
Using "Offset" to create seamless, tileable images
Polar Coordinates filter
Selection & Masking techniques
Color correction & matching
Adding atmospheric fog
Artistic Color Grading
Post Production Effects