In this series of Photoshop classes, you’ll see the complete post-production process for the Clinique-style advertising image that Karl shot (this is available in our Product section).
This first chapter focuses on creating the group shot. This involves layering and compositing the final images, cleaning up the background and base surface, removing water droplets and reducing the reflection in the base surface. To do this, Karl uses a variety of tools and techniques, demonstrating how to work with masks, use the clone stamp and brush tool and adjust highlights and contrast.
In this class:
- Layering files in Photoshop – Demonstrate how to manually align images
- How to recover highlight details
- How to use the Clone Stamp tool
- How to clean the background and base surface using the Clone and Brush tools
- How to reduce reflections on a white surface
To see how this image was shot, watch the Clinique Style Advertising Shoot classes.
If you’re unfamiliar with the techniques covered in this class, watch our Photoshop for Photographers course, where Karl covers the essential Photoshop tools. More advanced techniques can be found in the Advanced Photoshop for Photographers classes, presented by professional retoucher Viktor Fejes.
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