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PRO Tutorial: Fashion
PRO Texture: Amazing Skies
PRO Photoshop Tutorial
This is a Photoshop tutorial covering how to turn a regular photo into a fashion image. You will learn how to cut a person out of their background including getting the difficult parts like hair. We cover the most important parts about replacing a sky in a photo including lighting and color. You will be successful in changing the sky in any photo after watching this PRO Photoshop Tutorial.
You will also learn how to make and use textures, color an image for fashion, and work with blurring to draw attention to your subject.
Bonus: 12 Textures are included free in this tutorial for your use on any photo!
Thanks to all who entered the Facebook contest to have your image made into a Phlearn PRO. Brandon Johnson won the contest, and this is his image.
Learn From Start to Finish
You will learn every detail necessary to go from beginning to end in this special fashion tutorial.
In this PRO Photoshop Tutorial we cover a very quick and easy method for skin retouching that is perfect for when your subject is a little farther from the camera. You will be able to retouch faces in less than 1 minute using this technique!
Make Amazing Layer Masks – Including Hair
It can be very difficult to cut people out of their backgrounds and preserve all the detail from the original photo, especially places like hair. You will learn how to capture perfect detail in your layer masks, allowing you to keep the original hair even while placing it on a new background.
You can see here that the model’s hair extends over the type perfectly.
How Blur Can Help You
Using a creative blur in an image can help draw attention to one part of your image, while taking attention away from another. If you are working with people, this can mean looking at a face instead of a foot.
You will learn the most important parts of using a blur, and making it look as though it is a part of the original photo. We include 12 textures for you to add additional effects over your image!
Match Your Subject’s Color to the Background
If you are going to replace a sky in your photo, there are many things that have to be taken into account. The sky is the primary light source for the scene, and all of the elements in the scene need to reflect the color and light of the sky in order to make a believable composite.
We cover the most important ideas behind how to color a subject to the sky, so you will know how as well as why.
Type can be just as dynamic as the rest of your image if you allow it to be. Instead of going with a solid type that doesn’t interact with the background, we use techniques like blending modes, and some layer fx to make the type a part of the image. As you can see here, the type changes color as it interacts with the background.
12 Included Textures
Not only do we include 12 free High Resolution Textures, but we also go in detail on how to use them with any image!
Feel free to use these textures on your images, they are yours.