Compositing complementary images


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Compositing complementary images

All right, we are now ready to take the blue hair dude and move him into a background. So the images I want you to open, you could be working with your own Superhero hair document and have created the mask yourself, which, of course, I encourage. I am so happy, you have done that; or you can go ahead and catch up with me and open this document. It's called our hero masked.tif. If indeed, this guy is still our hero, we have been with him an awfull long time here and you know that, "Familiarity breeds contempt". We want to take him and move him into this image, which is called Painted metal.psd and this one comes to us from photographer, Daniel Brunner, also with iStockphoto.com from the good old USA. So here is what I want you to do.

Let's go back to Our hero masked.tif. Let's bring up the palettes here, the Channels palette, specifically. Actually, let's switch, first we are going to switch over to the Layers palette. I want to go ahead and convert this guy to...

Compositing complementary images
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Compositing complementary images provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Channels & Masks: Advanced Techniques

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Design Photography
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