Combining two or more image elements into a single composition in Photoshop can be great fun, and can also result in some remarkably creative images. In this course you'll learn about the basics of assembling a wide variety of composite images.
You'll start by learning some of the fundamental concepts related to composite images. From there we'll explore some of the options for masking images "automatically", as well as for assembling specific composites such as panoramas, high dynamic range (HDR) images, and focus-stacked images.
From there you'll learn techniques that form the foundation of composite imaging, such as painting to combine images, using a selection as the basis of a layer mask, blending images seamlessly, and much more.
Total Duration: 2 Hours 36 Minutes
Tim Grey is a photographer who has written more than a dozen books for photographers, has published hundreds of video training courses, and has had hundreds of articles published in magazines such as Digital Photo Pro and Outdoor Photographer, among others. He also publishes the Ask Tim Grey eNewsletter, the monthly Pixology digital magazine, and a wide variety of video training courses through his GreyLearning website. Tim teaches through workshops, seminars, and appearances at major events around the world.
Learn more at www.timgrey.com.