They say that two is better than one—and the world of photography is no exception. Sure, a picture can be worth a thousand words but combining two can give your final project more complexity and depth than a single shot could ever capture.
Of course, creating a composite shot is easier said than done. If you don’t get the size, scale, and editing just right, your photograph can veer into tacky territory.
That’s where Aaron Nace comes in. Not only has he taught photography and editing to millions over the past few years, but his pictures have been featured on sites like AOL, MSNBC, and the Huffington Post. In his course, “From Shoot Through Photo Editing: Building a Composite in Photoshop with Aaron Nace,” the popular photographer will help you fine-tuned your composite chops.
In this one-hour course, Nace will break down how to conduct a photo shoot with a composite image in mind. You’ll learn how to pose your models and find a light source conducive with both shots. Back in the editing room, Nace will teach you how to play with scale and size as well as carefully blend two pictures together. Once the 60 minutes are over, you’ll have the nuts and bolts needed to create your own cool image.
Normally, lifetime access to “From Shoot Through Photo Editing: Building a Composite in Photoshop with Aaron Nace” would cost you $29 but it’s currently on sale for $10. If you have even the slightest interest in enhancing your photography skills, it’s a small investment that will pay off.
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