Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video The final composite, part of Creating Dreamscapes in Photoshop: 1.
In this, the final movie of the chapter, we are going to put this beautiful little cliff…in an actual setting.…So I have another image open here, which I call background, and that's going to be where…we are going to put our cliff.…Our cliff is going to be coming up right into this area here.…So, I am going to come over here and what I am going to do is I have all of my different…layers, there is the original background, which just basically kind of look kind of…funny now like a little Lilliputian kind of a town there maybe.…But we have all of these layers.…So what I am going to do is I am going to select my top layer here, and I am going to…just say Merge Visible.…
Now I am going to hold down my Option key when I do this and before I do that let's…just do it just by saying Merge Visible.…See what happened, they all got merged into a single layer.…I am going to undo that, and this time I am going to hold down my Option key and Merge Visible.…Now you see what happened, it created a new layer that merged all the layers below into a single layer.…
- Creating alpha channels
- Isolating content with clipping groups and layer masks
- Turning a day sky into a night sky
- Compositing photos
- Creating tableaus
- Blending color and tone in combined images
- Painting in explosions
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating Dreamscapes in Photoshop: 2with Bert Monroy3h 47m Intermediate
1. Understanding the Basics
2. Moonlit Night
3. Castle in the Sky
4. High Cliff
6. Secret Base
7. Crash Site
8. Ruins by the Sea
9. Castle on the Lake
10. War-Ravaged City
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