Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video Aligning layers to remove objects, part of Artistic Concepts in Photoshop and Illustrator 1.
There are many uses for line layers, but the one I want to show you here is to …remove an unwanted object. Now this requires a little planning ahead …of time. So, I have this image here that I really …like the way the tree had this position, and there was this bizarre shadow against …this huge brick wall. The problem was, this sign right there. …Now, I knew I would have to take it out to get the effect that I wanted. …So, what I did when I took the shoot, is I took the shot, and then I moved over …about three to four feet to my left, and shot a second shot, of the same thing.…
Now you'll notice that they pretty much look the same. …But look at the shadow, see how the shadow of the tree is more visible here, …whereas here that little curve is hidden. So, there's where I'm going to use …aligned layers to fix that little spot. What I'm going to do is I'm going to grab …this image and drag it right into here. Right on top of this one. …So, now we can close this one down. So, what I'm going to do is I'm going to …
- Understanding the vanishing point
- Establishing a light source
- Creating shadows on surfaces
- Creating reflections
- Aligning layers to add and remove objects