Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Bridge to layer images automatically, part of Photoshop CS6: Selections and Layer Masking.
Creating a Composite image obviously calls for blending two different images …together in some way, and that means we need to get both of those images into a …single document in Photoshop. That's actually a surprisingly easy task …if you use Bridge to assemble those images for you in Photoshop automatically. …Let's take a look at how you can form this task. …I have an image here of a Blurry Sunset. And I'd like to place this image of a …Brown Pelican on top of that blurry sunset, at least in concept. …And so I want to take both of these images and assemble them into a single …document in Photoshop. I'll go ahead and click on the first image.…
And then since they're next to each other, I can hold the Shift key and click …on the next image. So that both of those images and any …images that happened to have been in between will be selected. …I can also hold the Ctrl key on Windows or the Cmd key on Macintosh in order to …toggle the selection of an individual image at any time. …Once I have the images I want to assemble into a single Photoshop document …
- Anti-aliasing and selections
- The case for not feathering selections
- Adding, subtracting, and intersecting
- Inverting a selection
- Mixing and matching selection tools
- Advanced selection techniques
- Creating composite images
- Applying targeted adjustments
Skill Level Beginner
1. Basic Concepts
2. Selection Tools
3. Advanced Selection Techniques
4. Creating Composite Images
5. Applying Targeted Adjustments
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