Learn to use Photoshop to create impossible scenes and tell a story. Follow along as we take you through the creation of a fantasy composite, from choosing images and blending them together to adding brilliant light and color effects.
When creating a multiple image composite, you may encounter areas of your photo that require some special attention. Learn how to complete a complicated task by breaking it into smaller, more familiar tasks.
Take your images further by learning how to split them into multiple layers and add atmospheric elements in front of some areas and behind others. By adding layers and effects you will
achieve more realistic depth in your images.
Composite a Fairy
In order to create the fairy in this image, several photos need to be composited together. Use a butterfly’s wings to let the fairy fly. Learn how to combine different images together to create a realistic composite.
Make Fairy Dust
Create amazing fairy dust with thousands of specks, each unique to the next. See how we take the difficult work out of the equation and create awesome effects much quicker than you ever thought possible.
The Night Fairy
Compositing, special effects, color, and light. This tutorial has it all. Get hands-on compositing practice as we walk you through creating this image from scratch.
Creating reflections in Photoshop varies depending on the surface that reflects your subject. Reflections might need to be smooth and clear, or other times blurry and distorted. Learn how to make reflections that apply to different types of images.
Adding a reflection to water can be really challenging. Learn advanced techniques to create waves and ripples in the water. Then, create a reflection that matches your subject and scene perfectly.
With the included Phlearn Custom Fog Brush you can create fog and add atmosphere in any image. Learn the best ways to paint and edit to achieve the best results possible.
Use a creative blur to help draw attention to specific parts of your images. In this tutorial, you will learn the most important parts of using a blur and how to make it look as though it is a part of the original photo.
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