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Creative Director and Photoshop Guru Rikard Rodin takes you through the entire process of creating a composite inspired by the Photoshop splash screen. Learn how to use the “offset” and “polar coordinates” filters in Photoshop to create breathtaking composites—turning your landscape photography into works of art.
Length: 1 Hour 21 Minutes
Experience Level: Beginner to Intermediate
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Required Software: Photoshop CC
Read these instructions to get started with the course: Read Me 1st on Training
Read these instructions for help on installing presets: Read Me 1st on Presets
Learn how to create edge-to-edge, seamless artwork using the offset filter, cloning, painting and other tools in Photoshop.
Polar Coordinates is a hidden gem in Photoshop and here you will learn how to use it effectively—which is all in how you prepare your artwork.
In this lesson you’ll learn how to take the results of the Polar Coordinates filter and enhance them to get the most out of your source image.
Using the Quick Selection tool and masks, here you’ll learn the basics of combining two images and making them integrate together.
The best photo composites put the subject in the middle, between a background and a foreground. In this lesson you’ll learn how to add a foreground element and make it look like it belongs in the artwork.
From gradient ramps, layer blending modes, color balance and curves, here are tools to make your composite artistic and beautifully colored.
In this lesson you’ll learn how to separate your image into more distinct layers, separated by atmosphere to create the illusion of greater depth.
As the theme of the course is Polar Coordinates, here we go a bit further into quickly setting up files for it and tips to get the most out of the filter.
A great photo composite is only as good as the sum of its parts! Here you will learn how to add those finishing touches which push a photo composite toward a breath-taking piece of art.
All source files for the course.