And the skills required for professional photoshop retouching and compositing! Learn photoshop basics and shortcuts, masking with paths, and advanced selection with channels.
Learn about multiple image integration, layer blending, how to add realistic shadows and reflections, apply color correction and grading, add post-production effects, and so much more!GET STARTED
Here we set up our file, do our first cutout and mask, and learn some helpful shortcuts that we will use throughout the rest of the project.
Here we use two methods (paths and channels) to mask the woman and then refine our selection.
In this lesson you will learn what Smart Objects are, their value and how to create them.
In this lesson, we cut out the first clock using the elliptical marquee and also delve into the transform selection and Quick Mask tools.
In the second part of the lesson, we cut out the clock face and also learn techniques to get rid of glass reflections using masked and grouped adjustment layers.
For the second clock, we learn about using channels to save selections and some tips and tricks in using the transform tool.
Clone stamp, masking, skewing and more are covered in this lesson, where we cut out the last full clock as well as the chain.
In this lesson, all the parts start to come together. Using transforms and the move tool, we get all of the parts of the composition coming together.
In addition to changing the face on two of the clocks, this lesson covers some tricks in using the Black and White adjustment.
Learn how to use multiple gradient overlays with different blending modes to get elements of an image to integrate into a colorful background.
Here’s how to create realistic reflections in the water that match perspective, are masked where needed and use the right blending mode.
Before a final color grade, we work through various parts of the image to get the elements to look like they belong. Learn more about smart objects, using different blending modes and the blending ...
How to get 9 photos to all look like they belong together? While making an image look more like art than a photo? This lesson shows you how.
In the final lesson we use the Field Blur tool to create depth of field in the image and then make some final adjustments to give the whole image a more finished look.