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In this course master Adobe Photoshop artist Uli Staiger shows you how to create an image straight out of a dream: a dancer on a tightrope over the ocean, with the rope anchored to a mountain on one side and on the other side held up only by balloons. Uli shows how to use Photoshop to prepare the seascape background, then one by one add the dancer, the rope, and the balloons. Along the way you'll make all the necessary adjustments to turn the various pieces into a seamless, unified whole. The tutorials are presented in a series of simple, easy-to-follow lessons that give you plenty of room to add your own artistic touches to the final product.
(music playing) Hi there. My name is Uli Staiger. I'm a photographer, and retoucher from Berlin, Germany. I've created a collection of new Photoshop workshops that walk you through how to create a stunning scene step by step. By following along with me, you'll learn numerous sophisticated techniques, and see them applied in a real world setting. Each of these workshops include all the exercise files you'll need to follow along with me step by step. In this Photoshop workshop, water and mountains are the most important elements building a set for the highwire performer.
And this dream-like scene that takes place high above the sea, everything is about light and reflection. Learn how to build an island from a mountain, and how to connect it with the water surface. I also show you how to create and light a realistic looking rope, just by using Photoshop tools. I hope you will have a great time with this course.
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