Let’s demystify this concept together and see how compositing can be applied to the work of the everyday photographer. Follow along with me as I take you through all the fundamentals you need to know to begin getting results in Photoshop right away including lighting and color matching, combining different shots to get one perfect image, removing distracting elements, and so much more.GET STARTED
The word compositing gives you an anxiety attack.
You know your photos have problems but don’t know how to fix them.
Photoshop seems daunting or frustrating.
“I love this class! I’ve learned so much in such a short period of time. Like Neo in the Matrix I feel like saying ‘I know Photoshop’ J. Thanks to the teacher for making this complex thing easy to understand.”
- Wilbur T.
“Well worth the price of admission. As a Photographer who has avoided Photoshop for far too long, I now know what I am missing and am correcting this.”
- Susan C.
“Such a relief to have a course like this. I only do photos as a hobby but I’ve been frustrated trying to achieve more professional results and now I can!”
- Ximena M.
“I had no idea that compositing was not only so simple but how much it could be used in everyday photography to elevate images. Two thumbs up!”
- Timony J.
"I know that many photographers avoid compositing because they feel exploring the concept will open a Pandora’s box of frustration. By the time you are finished with this class you won’t just be better at retouching, you’ll be better at photography because your eyes will be opened to what is possible."
A rapid overview of the course and why compositing is vital for any photographer to understand at least on the basic level.
It is very common to need to bring elements from different images and in this lesson I’ll show you common errors and how you can have nice composites.
Even in the name “composite,” the concept of combining different parts of images is inherent, in this lesson I teach you the basics of how to do this with masks.
One of the most powerful uses of Photoshop is to edit out elements that distract from your image and in this lesson, I show you a great way to do this.
When photographing multiple people, it is often that different people look better in different images, and in this lesson, I teach you how to fix this by merging them.
In this lesson, I show you several techniques for adding in different elements into your images to give them some extra fun and sparkle.
Replacing a drab sky with a dramatic one is a fantastic way to give your photos pop and punch and in this lesson I show you an easy way to do this.
In this lesson, I show you how to pull the best parts of different portrait shots to create a more ideal portrait for your client.
Using Photoshop for making creative composites is fun and easy. In this example with my daughter, I show you step by step how you can do this with your photos.
A quick recap of the course and my message to you on why learning Photoshop will make you a better photographer.