Join Steve Caplin for an in-depth discussion in this video Additional lighting elements, part of Creating a Hallway Scene with Photoshop.
The lamp is now casting beams of light both up and down, but is this enough? …Let's paint in a few extra light patches, to add more illumination to the scene. …Let's have a look at the lamp itself. I don't like the way the light's spilled …over the front of the bowl, so lets paint that out, on the layer mask. …In other words we'll use white to paint the shadow back in. …That works better. Now these three class projections will of …course be lit up, so let's paint the shadow out on here by painting in black …on the mask, one. two, three.…
And that's much stronger. Let's now have a look at this window in …the door. Well, it duly illuminated as it should …be, but of course the light should be spilling out of the edges slightly and …lighting up the wood around the edge. So let's paint it out on here. …We can hold the shift key down as we drag with soft brush both along the top, down …both sides and along the bottom. And that looks much more realistic.…
Let's move down to the base of the door, and see if we can get some light spilling …
- Working with wood
- Color correction with the Curves adjustment
- Drawing wallpaper
- Creating a window
- Adding a lamp and switch
- Working with light and shade
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Working with Wood
2. Making the Door
3. Drawing the Wallpaper
4. The Window
5. Finishing the Door
6. Adding the Lamp and the Switch
7. Light and Shade
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