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آموزش عکاسی برای Compositing در فتوشاپ

دسته بندی ها: آموزش فتوشاپ (Photoshop) ، دیزاین ، آموزش های لیندا (Lynda) ، آموزش عکاسی ، آموزش های ادوبی (Adobe)
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Photographing for Compositing in Photoshop Publisher:Lynda Author:Seán Duggan Duration:3h 25m Level:Advanced

Learn the creative and technical considerations involved in photographing with compositing in mind.
Updated: 1/22/2018
Released: 6/12/2015

Learn the creative and technical considerations involved in photographing with compositing in mind. Seán Duggan reviews the key elements of any compositing library, and then shows how to go out into the field and into the studio to capture the photographs you need to round out your own image library. He also reviews using props to expand your creative options and some simple post-processing techniques for creating different types of composites in Photoshop.

Topics include:
Types of composites
Using blend modes to create composites
Creating an image library for compositing
Photographing location elements
Using props
Photographing in the studio
Composite projects

Introduction
Welcome
1m 3s
About the course
1m 44s
Using the exercise files
38s
1. The Compositing Mindset
Types of composites
5m 3s
Seeing compositing possibilities
7m 40s
Creating a simple blend-mode composite
6m 54s
Using blend modes to create a photorealistic composite
8m 7s
2. The Compositing Image Library
Lightroom collections and keywords for a composite library
7m 35s
Discussing skies, water, and landscape elements for compositing
4m 34s
Recognizing and photographing symbolic elements
3m 37s
3. Photographing the Location Elements
Introduction: Location shooting for composites
44s
Planning the shot
2m 38s
Getting the shot
7m 52s
Shooting additional angles
2m 18s
Understanding lighting, perspective, and camera angle to aid the composite
2m 51s
Using a model in the composite
3m 48s
Using props: Shooting a glass bottle
2m 41s
4. Photographing the Studio Elements
Introduction: Shooting in a studio for composites
1m 38s
Matching studio lighting to location shots and lighting the background for masking
4m
Matching perspective, angle, and focal length
3m 25s
Using location elements in the studio
2m 47s
Shooting tethered in Lightroom for quick rough drafts
3m 30s
Creating a studio mock-up composite in Photoshop
4m 56s
5. Composite Project: Trapped in a Bottle
Using the Quick Selection tool to select the subject
9m 13s
Perfecting the selection with Select and Mask
Updated:
10m 12s
Using Smart Objects for nondestructive transformations
Updated:
8m 2s
Refinements with blend modes and adjustment layers
9m 57s
Finishing touches
Updated:
6m 41s
6. Composite Project: Portrait
Masking the subject
Updated:
8m 18s
Editing a layer mask
9m 2s
Adding sand detail from another image
12m 32s
Finishing touches
Updated:
8m 6s
Composite Project: Man in a Seascape
Combining two seascape images
Updated:
7m 45s
Modifying rocks for a realistic look
11m 14s
Final mask touch-ups
4m 55s
Using adjustment layers to create tonal styling
8m 23s
Conclusion
Next steps
54s

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