Adding texture with the Emboss filter


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Adding texture with the Emboss filter

I am so done painting at this point, that I've switched over to the Rectangular Marquee tool. I don't even want to have a painting tool selected anymore. From now on, it's all about compositing. So we're going to take Colleen with her fine hairs inside of this composition that's called Painting and fine hairs.psd. We're going to move her over into this Cloudy comp.psd file. So if you're working along with me, make sure that you have both of these compositions opened. Notice what's going on with this composition here inside the Layers panel. I want you to twirl open clouds, and actually go ahead and turn off the vague whiteness layer right there.

The clouds layer is a Smart Object. If you were to open the Smart Object, you would see my original photograph. You'd also see an adjustment layer that's brightening the heck out of it. Because Colleen still looks best, since I captured her against a blown out background, she still looks most at home against a...

Adding texture with the Emboss filter
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Adding texture with the Emboss filter provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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