Learn how to create a stunning and scary composite in this Photoshop Composite course, where you can learn from a pro! At the end of this course, you will have created your own scary composite using some very simple methods and have the know-how to create many more!
I am Tom Kai, A professional photographer and graphic designer with an incredible passion for creating. I’ve been working in the creative field for the past 10 years and in that time I’ve learned a lot of useful information that I want to share with YOU! I am excited to have you in my course “Adobe Photoshop: How To Create A Scary Composite” If you want to see more of my work, I encourage you to check out my website HERE or feel free to follow me over on instagram @therealtomkai or you can just click HERE
This class is designed for those starting out using photoshop or those who may already be familiar with the program and want to learn how to make professional composites in a simple and easy way! With it being Halloween season, I thought it would be fun to hop onto the trend and create a spooky scary inspired composite! Being able to create composites in photoshop is a fantastic skill to have for both photographers and graphic designers because today, many companies are looking for skilled compositors to create stunning ads and marketing campaigns that are out of this world whilst at the same time being on trend for whatever trend is going on in the industry, and this course is designed to give you just that skill and the edge you need to land some great clients! This course is in depth enough for those familiar with Photoshop, but also beginner friendly as I walk through my whole process, I am sure you will be able to follow along. I will be walking you through some shortcuts and tricks that I’ve learned over the years that have helped me improve my own workflow and the quality of my composites.
This course is made using the most up-to-date version of Photoshop as of October 2020, however the principles and skills taught in this course can and will apply to other versions as well. You can also download a free trial of Adobe Photoshop from adobe.com
In this course you will learn:
Where to find good quality, free-to-use photos for compositing
How to import and set up your photoshop workspace
How to composite multiple images into one creation
Color Grading to unify multiple images to have the same color and lighting
How to add special effects and details to your composites
How to properly export your finished piece for various places
Tips about Photoshop that you may not have known before!
Shortcuts that can save you hours!