Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding water and reflection, part of Creating Dreamscapes in Photoshop: 1.
So now that our plane is in place and old aged and dirty and mossy, we are going to…go over and add another feature to our landscape.…I am going to add a little water here, because it is very bright down here, it's kind of…distracting, we want to add something to this which kind of relate more to the plane.…So I have an image back here. Here it is of just that, a little water.…So I am going to go in here, and I am going to select this.…I am going to take this whole picture and drag it into here.…And now it's much bigger than what I need, so let's close this off, and let's see what's…going to happen here.…
I am going to press F to bring me to full screen and pull back a little bit so that…I can go in there and see the whole image.…Now I am going to take this, and I want to take this scene and put it right down here…below, and I actually want it below the plane itself.…So let's put it way down here right behind the plane itself.…So there is the scene.…So I am going to go in here and do a little resizing of this, press Command+T so that…
- Creating alpha channels
- Isolating content with clipping groups and layer masks
- Turning a day sky into a night sky
- Compositing photos
- Creating tableaus
- Blending color and tone in combined images
- Painting in explosions
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating Dreamscapes in Photoshop: 2with Bert Monroy3h 47m Intermediate
1. Understanding the Basics
2. Moonlit Night
3. Castle in the Sky
4. High Cliff
6. Secret Base
7. Crash Site
8. Ruins by the Sea
9. Castle on the Lake
10. War-Ravaged City
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