Combining multiple Exposures is a great way to get unique images and is traditionally done with film. We are making a similar effect in Photoshop, which will give you a bit more control over how everything turns out.
These are the three major variables that go into creating a composite. To create a believable end result, the color, light, and perspective has to match as much as possible between the images you’re compositing.
A big part of being a professional photographer is making sure your Workflow is as efficient as possible. Even if you’re not a professional, using Keyboard Shortcuts in Photoshop will drastically shorten the amount of time it takes to Edit Photos.
It can be hard to capture detail in both the Shadows and Highlights of an image because the dynamic range of most cameras is too small. We show you an amazing trick to recover Shadow detail in Photoshop without disturbing the Highlights.
Certain Color combinations will always look good together, the most simple color combination being complementary Colors. Learn how to identify and create complementary colors, then change the background of a photo to compliment the subject!
In today’s episode, we show you how to Color grade video in Photoshop! This is the second section of our 4 part video editing series, and it picks up directly from where we left off in the first section.