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Matching composite images

Creating composite images obviously involves taking a little bit of artistic license. Creating a scene that didn't really necessarily exist, and that might even be impossible to happen in reality. But that doesn't mean that we don't want the two elements to blend together smoothly. Part of that involves creating a high quality mask that perfectly defines the subject. But part of it also means making sure that the subject looks like it fits in its environment. In this case, for example, I have lots of very warm colors and yet the turn appears to be slightly coolish. It's color doesn't seem to match the environment and, so, I'd like to change the appearance of the turn.

I'll go ahead and add a photo filter adjustment, for example, to warm things up. So, down at the bottom of the layer's panel I'll click on the add adjustment layer button. And from the pop up that appears I'll choose Photo Filter in order to add a photo filter adjustment layer. You'll see th...

Matching composite images
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Matching composite images provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CC Selections and Layer Masking Workshop

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