Beginners guide to phtoshop - Pet portraits in Photoshop
In this beginners guide to photoshop, we will be compositing two images together and framing our shot. During this course I will be showing you lots of techniques from merging two images of two dogs into one shot, this is tricky as dogs have fur meaning we will have to mask out in great detail to get acceptable results.
"I hope you have fun learning Photoshop"
During this course we will look at the following
What will I be able to do after the course
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This is probably the most important lesson as we will cover tools we neeed for accurate masking.
Lets use the same techniques to mask out gravy.
Using filters and duplicates to help with masking complex areas.
Using other tools to refine further, we will also modify the layer masks.
Lets now do some slight modification and merge our layers together for the final comp.
In this lesson we will adjust the Hue and Saturation and create a grey scale version of our image.
I have worked professionally in many creative sectors for the last 20+ years, being a creative veteran I have taught to advanced level Design, Art, Sculpture, 3D Modelling/Animations/Rendering and Website design.
I have worked for small companies giving me the rare opportunity not to be pigeon holed, it has also meant I have had to keep up with all the latest techniques and technologies.
I currently run a company specialising in multi-disciplined creative design, from 3D animations to CMS websites, Banners, Adverts, Logos and a whole host of other work.