Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Final adjustments and overall project review, part of Changing a Background for Dramatic Effect in Photoshop.
…In this movie we will finish off our project, and we'll…do so by first organizing a few layers together into a group.…Next we'll revisit how we can change the crop or the composition of the image.…And last but not least, we'll open up our image in full screen mode and bring…back the layers, so we can click through…the layers in order to review our progress.…All right.…Well, let's begin with organizing a few layers.…Go ahead and click into the top layer of…the set which you want to group or organize together.…
Then hold down the Shift key and click into the bottom layer of that set.…Next, you can use that handy shortcut key combination…to create a group, which is Cmd+G on a Mac.…That's Ctrl+G on Windows. Then double-click the group name.…Let's name this one Final Adjustments.…After having done that, what I want to do next is revisit how we…can still crop and recompose the image, even at this stage of the game.…Here, to access the crop tool, press the c key,…or click on the Crop tool icon in the Tools panel.…
- Combining multiple exposures in one Photoshop file
- Selecting and removing the subject from the background
- Using masking to combine images together
- Improving color, details, and tone
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: Why do the exercise files contain extra images?
A: The exercise files folder for this course contains the images for all three courses in the Portrait Project series .