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Photoshop Compositing Secrets: Unlocking the Key to Perfect Selections and…

by Matt Kloskowski

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Amazon.com Exclusive: Bonus Content from Matt Kloskowski, Author of Photoshop Compositing Secrets

In the first part of the book, I walk you through ten things you need to know about compositing. Here are three of those things to get you started right away.

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Which Comes First, the Background or the Subject?


Don't Kill Yourself on a Selection if the Detail Isn't Important
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Covers the entire compositing process to create a variety of realistic photographs, with details on such topics as lighting, camera setup, background color, shadowing, and special effects.

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