• Blend if
• Creating highlights and shadows
• Channels and Selections
• Drawing attention to your subject
Learn how to take the texture from backgrounds and wrap it over your subject in this Phlearn PRO Tutorial. We discuss important concepts such as lighting, blending, colorizing, and more.
You will learn concepts in this tutorial that will allow you to blend any object into it's surroundings.
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PRO Tutorial: Blending In
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Julia Kuzmenko McKim
I absolutely love how Aaron is laid back and fun in his video tutorials, it just makes you feel like you're hanging out with a friend, who's teaching you some cool stuff - it's easy to comprehend, it's not tiring and every video is jam packed with golden nuggets of priceless information. The entire website is full of brilliant educational materials.
I wish Phlearn was created 5 years ago, it would have saved me a lot of time learning Photoshop!
Great job! The entire Phlearn team, you guys are amazing! Keep up the great work!
I have been using photoshop for 8 years now and ever since I took Aaron's class and watched some of the Pro tutorials, I have become significantly more fluent in photoshop. It's funny because when I feel I understand how most conceptual images are put together and edited, Aaron comes out with a new technique that changes my whole perspective.
Thanks for everything that the entire Phlearn team does and I'm happy to be a part of the Phamily.
I recommend all my peers to check out Phlearn!
By chance I stumbled onto Phlearn one day, and was amazed at the idea of the Phlearn PRO's, jaw dropping, beautiful images that I could watch being created from start to finish. I bought one immediately and stayed up late watching it. I was blown away! I now own more than ten. Not only did I learn vast amounts of new techniques, I learned how to look at my own work with a more critical eye, I learned how to make my images believable, and I set a higher bar for myself. As a teacher myself, I really believe Aaron is a great instructor. He's always engaging, fun, infectiously enthusiastic and he holds nothing back, he makes mistakes, he corrects his mistakes, overcomes problems and he will show you what is possible if you keep trying and work hard at your craft.
Sure, other photographers offer 'tell-all' tutorials, but I have found these to have less information and a much higher price tag. Here we have a community. Wherever I am, I'm only a few clicks away from the best photoshop tutorials in the world, and I come back to them often. I'm not a professional photographer, but I love to create and Phlearn has given me the power to create images I am really proud of.
I would encourage it to anyone who is just starting out - or for anyone that wants to take their craft to another level, this is the place to start. Right here at Phlearn. You will learn techniques that you had no idea existed in Photoshop!
The Pro Tutorials also showed me what was possible in photoshop, which is very handy when doing a shoot, so you know what you can fix afterwards. It also shows a great attention to detail. Since watching phlearn, my images have improved out of sight, and it's all down to Aaron and the team. I would say it's almost like having an unfair advantage. I can thoroughly recommend Phlearn PRO.
What I love about it (besides the look) is that Aaron has left the layers editable....allowing me to continue to make the image 'mine'. Rather than my feeling I've pressed a button and now it's someone else's work.... on top of mine. Thankyou for that Aaron!