Photo Composite and Manipulation Workflow Photoshop Tutorial

LEARN TO COMPOSITE AND BLEND PHOTOS IN PHOTOSHOP! | We will talk about how to create a background, cut out the subject, determine the correct level of exposure for background and model, as well as matching and creating color, and much more!

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In this Photoshop tutorial, we will break down a composite image and start from the RAW images right out of the camera and process this piece all the way through to completion. We will talk about straightening and flipping the background to complete the backdrop of the composite, we will talk about a ton of color and toning, we will fight with Select and Mask to get a reasonable selection of our model, we will then look at using Adjustment Layers to match the exposure and color of the model with the environment into which we’re dropping the model. If you’re interested in Photography, Photoshop, Composite Workflows, or Photo Manipulation, you’re going to love this video!

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