New Class – Photoshop Compositing Basics: Tips Every New User Needs To Know

Photoshop Compositing Basics: Tips Every New User Needs To Know with Kristi Sherk
Join Kristi Sherk to learn the fundamentals of real world compositing. Every photographer will eventually be faced with situations that call for basic compositing skills to get the job done. In this class Kristi teaches you how to remove distractions by shooting with compositing in mind, merging facial expressions in group photos for the best looks, adding atmospheric elements to your photos, replacing ugly skies, and other creative compositing possibilities. If you’re looking to dip your toes into the world of compositing, or just wanting the skills to tackle real world compositing situations, then this is the class for you!

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In Case You Missed It
Join Tim Wallace as he takes you through his entire process, from planning through completing the final composite, of photographing an airplane for a commercial project. In this class you’ll learn how Tim approaches the job, the planning that goes into each element of the final image, what factors you need to keep in mind when shooting, and how Tim pulls it all together in post processing. Through each step in the process, Tim shares tips and techniques he’s learned and developed from years of shooting similar commercial transport projects all over the world.

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