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Photoshop pro skills course : 4 Applied skills in Photoshop

adobe photoshop cc :Photoshop skills, Frequency retouching, lighting, photomontage, timeline


  • Photoshop introductory courses and working with tools

Description This course includes 4 chapters as follows: Photomontage _Lighting _ Frequency retouching - Timeline Photomontage: the principles of properly selecting and properly separating the subject from the background and matching images with each other and overall adjustment of ambient light Lighting: creating a space with a desired feeling and adjusting the light and making light with a desired color spectrum | Frequent retouching: Retouching texture and color separately and making healthy tissue for the skin Timeline: Introduction to the world of motion graphics and animation in Photoshop what is photomontage in photoshop? Photomontage is the process and the result of making a composite photograph by cutting, gluing, rearranging and overlapping two or more photographs into a new image.Sometimes the resulting composite image is photographed so that the final image may appear as a seamless physical print. A similar method, although one that does not use film, is realized today through image-editing software. This latter technique is referred to by professionals as "compositing", and in casual usage is often called "photoshopping" (from the name of the popular software system). A composite of related photographs to extend a view of a single scene or subject would not be labeled as a montage, but instead a stitched image or a digital image mosaic. What is photo retouching in Photoshop? Photo Retouching means the elimination of all the imperfections from a photo, which usually includes colour and tone correction, blemishes and under-eye circles removal, change of brightness, contrast and saturation. what is timeline in photoshop? Timeline animation workflow. To animate layer content in timeline mode, you set keyframes in the Timeline panel, as you move the current-time indicator to a different time/frame, and then modify the position, opacity, or style of the layer content. Who this course is for:

  • People who are familiar with the basic Photoshop course and want to become a professional

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