Photo Manipulation is one of the most unique and creative techniques a graphic designer can turn a photograph into anything he/she wants.
In this course, we'll walk through the process of Photo manipulation by:
Please keep in mind that a basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop is needed for the course.
This lesson introduces you to the course. It gives you an overview of what the course is about.
We'll focus on removing the stripes of the zebra in this lesson. We shall be using some powerful tools of Photoshop like healing brush and clone tools.
Once the stripes are removed the animal looks very flat. So we'll add some realistic shadows to the zebra in this lesson.
In this lesson, we'll add more realism to the picture by creating the fur of the zebra. We'll be also learning some nice filter effects as we create the fur.
Since the zebra is all done, we shall place the other stock images and continue working on our concpet.
In this lesson, we shall add an overall global shadow to our concept.Without it, the image looks very uninteresting and flat.
We'll continue with the global shadow and correct some flaws in the shadow that we created.
We have almost reached the end of this course. We'll go ahead and type in some text to make it look interesting and cool.
This shall be the final and concluding lecture of the lesson, which encourages the students to try out their own photo manipulation designs.
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