- Combining facial expressions from two images
- Creating a better group portrait with Photomerge
- Removing a subject from the background
- Changing the scale of a subject
- Enhancing the color and tone of a composite image
- Masking together multiple exposures
- Filling in background gaps
- Correcting overexposure
- Replacing the sky in an image
- Creating reflections
- Building in shadows
Skill Level Intermediate
- Hi, my name is Chris Orwig. I'm a photographer and a teacher, and welcome to this course, Photoshop for photographers compositing projects. In this course we're gonna take a look at how we can composite multiple exposures together, and then how you can combine expressions together from different frames. We'll look at how we can take a subject from one environment then place that subject in a different environment. We'll look at how we can improve composition with multiple exposures by extending the background and changing the overall composition of a scene.
We'll also look at how we can change the sky or the background of a photograph. We'll take a look at how you can capture an action sequence, and then how you can combine all of these frames together in one image. We'll make some imaginative composites as well. We're gonna all of these topics and more. Without further delay, let's begin.
Photoshop for Photographers: Creative Effectswith Chris Orwig4h 57m Intermediate
Photoshop CS6 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost10h 30m Beginner
1. Combining Expressions
2. Adding a Subject to a New Environment
3. Compositing to Improve Composition
4. Combining Exposures in Architectural Photography
5. Replacing the Sky in an Image
6. Showing Frame-by-Frame Action in Sports
7. Creating an Imaginative Scene
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