In this course he takes you through the entire process of creating a photo composite of a woman sitting on a swing, overlooking a city—from cutting out and masking, to rebuilding entire parts of an image using existing elements.
Photoshop Basics & Shortcuts
Cloning & Transform
Layer Blending modes
Color Correction & Grading
Post Production Effects
1 Hour, 13 Minutes
Beginner / Intermediate
Lesson 1: Cutting with Paths
Learn to use the pen tool to make accurate curve-based paths which can then be used for masking a...
Lesson 2: Refining the Selection
Selecting with color range, the select and mask tool, the refine edge tool and directly painting ...
Lesson 3: Isolating the Dress
Creating smart objects, combining selections and isolated objects for further compositing are cov...
Lesson 4: Designing the Dress
How do you create something that was never in the original photo? In this lesson we recreate the ...
Lesson 5: Integrating the Dress
Finally, how do we make it convincing? The clone tool, curves, gradients and feathering are all c...
Lesson 6: Putting Woman into Background
With our main subject cutout, we start combining the two images—matching lighting and exten...
Lesson 7: Integrating the Two Images
Learn about modifying selections, using the “soft light” blending mode to cast color ...
Lesson 8: Color Grading
From gradient ramps, layer blending modes, color balance and curves to vibrance and mask-...
Lesson 9: “One” Last Thing (Final Touches)
These are the final touches that will give your photo composite the professional look it ...
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