Merging Images in Adobe Photoshop CC
Merging Images in Adobe Photoshop CC is for me, the most important part of anything that I do in Photoshop. With a thousand images and some imagination, you can make any idea come to life and make that idea a reality. When you get to my level of Photoshop knowledge, you can make anything idea look so real that people viewing the image believe it is an image from a camera.
I’ll say it again. I’ve been using and teaching Photoshop since 1993. I’ve taught Photoshop to hundreds of thousands of groups and individuals. I love it when I see my students months or years later and they share with me their creations. I’ve seen work that would blow you away. And, they thank me for introducing them to the concepts and methods to make it all happen. I would be happy to help you. My contact form is below.
I work with many graphic, video editing, web design and publishing tools. For each one there are 20 ways to get any one thing done. When it comes to Merging Images in Adobe Photoshop CC, the same is true. I have my methods which I use and enjoy. If you see someone else use their methods, it’s another method for you. The more methods in your mind, the more flexible you are at making illusion seem real.
Many times when I’m creating designs for web pages, book covers or video productions, I use at least five images to produce one final image. You must know how to get one image into another image. There are a few other issues that will come to past with you as you get deeper into Photoshop. The further you go down the road of Merging Images in Adobe Photoshop CC, you will want to know all about Photoshop “Selection Tools.” Also, you will find that when you mix images with different skin tones and lighting situations, you will have to use color balance tools in order to make your illusion look real.
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