Hello Fellow Creators!
In this fun fantasy levitation tutorial, we focused on learning how to place a subject into a completed background while adjusting lighting and tones to fit any mood.
Included this month are 2 Free high-quality jpg. Download yours to keep forever! Tara also shows us where to gain additional png's found on her favorite stock websites, such as the book and glasses from Pixelsquid and a model from Deposit Photos.
You will start by making your additional digital selections, then download the image or add them to the lightbox.
Use select subjects to grab your model quickly. Next, go to Select>Select and Mask and use the refined edge brush to work your way around the edges of your subject, especially around the hair.
Hello, fellow creators!
This week's live streaming tutorial, "polar coordinates filter," is found in the Photoshop 101 category inside the premium membership. Tara demonstrates how to utilize any landscape, location shoots, or textures to custom design a unique warped cylinder effect by using the polar coordinates filter.
Up in the Clouds
First, we choose a fluffy cloud shot and click Command or Control J to make a copy of the background layer. Then click >Filter>Distort>Polar Coordinates, making sure you choose >Rectangular to Polar option.
This simple step swirls a standard cloud into a swirling vortex!
Use the spot healing tool or the clone pattern stamp tool to eliminate the line that this filter effect creates.
Building composites with your landscape and nature shots is a truly personalized touch to add to your photography edits.
In the second example, we learn multiple techniques with one image. By flipping the image...