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Launch your Photoshop knowledge to a whole new level with this advanced Phlearn PRO Tutorial. Learn how to create an entire world from scratch, incorporating more than 20 photos, computer generated wings and lighting effects all with perfect perspective.
Tutorial Instructor: Aaron Nace
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Every aspect of the shoot is included. Learn everything you need to know about how to photograph images like this. Start with a simple sketch to inform the photo shoot and lighting. Build the background from scratch and bring your scene to life.
Learn how to photograph images like this with the included video identifying all the setups required. Each light is explained in-depth including the color temperature, gels used, placement and why we used them.
See how easy it is to shoot with a green screen. Using a green screen is a great way to save time by allowing yourself to make faster, more accurate selections to cut out your subject.
Learn how to combine multiple images together, even if they were taken in different locations with different lighting on completely different days. The background in this image is built from many different images.
Always build your composite images to the correct perspective using our tested techniques. By creating a plan and keeping true to real life perspectives, your composites are guaranteed to be more amazing.
Spend less time location scouting and more time making incredible images. Learn how to properly maintain image perspective when combining multiple images to create any scene, exactly the way you want it.
Calculate the vanishing point, horizon and perspective of not only the composite, but of all the included images. Using warp effects to match the perspective of multiple images will vastly improve your composites.
Learn the secrets to compositing and blending multiple photos together to create seamless, stunning effects. From start to finish, you will see how each image is adjusted and combined using Photoshop.
Cut people out of their backgrounds while preserving all the detail from the original photo. Capture perfect detail in your layer masks, allowing you to keep the original hair even when replacing the background.
Use light, color and other advanced techniques to seamlessly blend each element together to create a remarkable new scene. These finishing details will unify your composites while further engaging viewers.
By placing a new light source into the composite, you affect everything else in the image and must retouch accordingly. See how to match the lighting on the athlete, the ground and the bleachers.
Learn how to take the lights from your image and bring them in front of your subject, integrating everything together to make the viewer believe that the entire image was photographed together.
Easily add your own light streaks and learn the best methods for making them blend seamlessly into your image. Adding light with Photoshop is a great way to bring atmosphere and attention to your images.
Create stronger composite images by matching the subject highlights and shadows to the background. Learn how advanced selections can keep the rest your subject intact while only editing the highlights.
Composite the included computer generated (CG) wings onto the subject. Use what you learn to add any foreign element or CG object into your future images.
It’s very helpful tutorial. Can’t wait to do it. I like it.Thanks for sharing.
Excellent Tutorial !!! packed full of useful tips and insight. Thanks for sharing!
This was a great tutorial, I learned so much and love composting. Thank you for showing us how to do this.
I just wished you would have included the final psd file in that tutorial (so that their is a choice. Doing it step by step or just the steps that are really interesting to me).
But other then that: excellent work.
Great tut. I wasn’t a fan of the wings, but loved the Chicago background.
Great tutorial Aaron,
I have a question, in the trailer for this tutorial I noticed that you were using a set up in which your image capture software would automatically extract your subject from a green screen and do a rough composite of the subject in the scene while shooting in real time. I’m curious to know what software you were using and how you set it up.
Top Notch tutorial. Create your own background, match color, and add wings to someone come on what more can you ask for.
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