by Pam Park

Photoshop Compositing Made Easy: The LENS System

Photoshop Compositing Made Simple: The L.E.N.S System

Ever wonder how to merge and collage images in Photoshop — so seamlessly that the final photo looks real? In this free class from Skillshare, Photoshop guru Pete Collins uses his Wacom Cintiq 27QHD to show us part of his signature L.E.N.S. system for compositing images in a realistic way – how to tweak the lighting, elevation, noise, and sharpness to perfection and make your images jump off the page. Whether you're a beginner or Photoshop pro, this class will inspire you to look at images differently, make your own, and have a lot of fun in the process. 

This one-hour walk-through is loaded with tips, tricks and keyboard shortcuts as Pete shares the L.E.N.S. system for compositing and how to fine-tune the four key components of a successful composite:

- Lighting

- Elevation

- Noise

- Saturation

Be forewarned – you may get addicted to Pete’s class assignment, embellishing your loved one’s likeness into a fantastical figure.

See a short preview here of the class here:

 

Looks interesting? You can enroll in Pete's full Skillshare class for free by clicking here.

Special bonus: We’ve also partnered with Skillshare to offer the Wacom community a FREE 3-Month Skillshare Premium Membership. You can check out thousands of other online classes on topics like design, illustration, animation or photography and help build your skills today.


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