Design Series: Compositing Fundamentals, with Pete Collins

In this course, Pete Collins goes over techniques for achieving these and creating a quality composite.

A composite means putting multiple elements together into one image. Those elements have to combine together in way that is seamless and does not distract the eye from the overall image. When setting out to design a composite, there are some important things that you need to focus on. What is the eye looking for? Lighting, Elevation, Noise and Sharpness. In this course, Pete Collins goes over techniques for achieving these and creating a quality composite.

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Introduction (Duration 01:28)

Lesson 2: Lighting, Part 1 (Duration 04:16)

Lesson 3: Lighting, Part 2 (Duration 09:09)

Lesson 4: Elevation (Duration 06:34)

Lesson 5: Noise (Duration 06:16)

Lesson 6: Sharpness, Part 1 (Duration 08:10)

Lesson 7: Sharpness, Part 2 (Duration 07:53)

Lesson 8: Examples and Tips (Duration 11:58)

Lesson 9: Conclusion (Duration 01:54)

Meet Your Instructor: Pete Collins

Pete Collins is a "Photoshop Guy" with KelbyOne. He's a designer and photographer who has extensive wedding, events, stock, commercial, portraits experience. Not just an eye for grabbing a great…

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