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Learn Photoshop Compositing

Photoshop Compositing Essential Tools and Techniques

Learning how to combine or composite multiple photos together will open a new world of possibilities for any photographer. Whether you are new to compositing or an experienced editor, this tutorial will change the way you create composite images.
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Do As Much As Possible In Camera

Today we’re photographing wall tiles to Composite into the final image as they are falling. It would be pretty simple to create squares in Photoshop, but these tiles have interesting Patterns and, since they are multi-dimensional, catch the Light in way that will make it look much more realistic when we bring everything together.

To create an effect with Composite work it’s always better to do as much as you can before bringing it into Photoshop. This will make the image much more realistic, and save you a lot of time in post processing.

The white Background makes it easy to cut them out in photoshop. Choosing a Background that is similar in value and tone to what you will be putting it onto in Photoshop will make a big Difference, Light reflects!

Lighting

We’re using the same lighting set-up as yesterday to make sure everything blends together well. By lowering the Lights power and turning up our ISO a few stops the Lights‘ recycling time will be shorter, meaning I can get more shots of the tiles falling each time.

 

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