Volumetric light, 3D render integration, frequency separation, 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, 46 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
This course is designed for creatives at every level; from the beginner just starting in Photoshop to the experienced photographer, designer or digital artist who wants to expand their skill set. The first lesson is a crash course covering the basics of Photoshop, including the most commonly used shortcuts gleaned from 15 years of experience at a professional level.
In addition to EVERY tool you will need to create a professional composite, this course also includes the steps to take a 3D render output and integrate it into your image. These are the same skills used by Hollywood VFX artists to seamlessly blend 3D with real footage.
Learn how to add atmosphere, texture and detail to your images. And learn the professional formula used by designers to color grade and add "pop" to your composite. These skills apply to ANY image you work on in Photoshop.
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Render Output Compositing
Cutting Out Objects (Masking)
Creating volumetric light
Color Correction & Grading
Post Production Effects