Correcting image adjustments


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Correcting image adjustments

So, we're to the point now where we've got our composite of our foreground, which is our castle, and we've got the background now, which is out in the country here. But I noticed there's a couple of things that I need to correct before we go any further, and one of them is pretty obvious right here. It's this, kind of, the edge of the world just falls off. We need to fix that. So, I need to somehow add material that's not there, and the quickest way to do that is probably to just stretch this, the segment of this out. I'm going to select the layer that has the castle on it.

Let's get our Select tool, and I'm going to go ahead and just select this area, and I'm going to do Command or Control+T to put this into Transform mode. And now I can take this, and I can just stretch it out, so it goes beyond the border of our edge, and hit Return, and then if I do a Command or Control+D to delete this selection, we're done with that. So, very simple, easy ...

Correcting image adjustments
Video duration: 2m 58s 4h 46m Intermediate

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Correcting image adjustments provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Digital Painting: Architecture

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Design
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Photoshop Wacom
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