Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video Composing the scene, part of Creating Dreamscapes in Photoshop: 1.
We are going to start with this image right here. And when we look behind, we can see…all the other images that are going to be used, there are just a lot of demolition sites…of different buildings being torn down.…We are going to take bits and pieces of each of these.…So we go with this one first. This is going to be the main foreground street.…Now this looks like a proper demolition, so we are going to be hiding that.…Right now, let's go in here and start to separate this.…Now I am going to go in here and select my sky.…I am going to make sure the entire sky area is selected, right here. I am going to go in…here and select these little portals in between here as well.…
Because I want all the areas of the sky to be selected, and I can get it real close here,…so I can see these little areas.…And I am holding down my Shift key each time I click just to make sure I get all these…little areas selected, and that one we'll just take that one away there, okay.…So just pull back, and we see that we got the entire thing selected, and I am going…
- 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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