Superkids Photo Composite Video – Part 1

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Just finished up part 1 of a new video series on building a photo composite. It’s a lengthy project, so I sliced it up into smaller, easy to swallow, segments. In this first installment,  I take a bunch of images from a shoot through Lightroom, where I demonstrate my basic workflow for editing the shoot, selecting image candidates, and performing localized adjustments.

The goal of the project is to end up with a great-looking shot accentuated by plenty of creative effects from Bokeh, Exposure, or both. Part 2 is coming soon, stay tuned!

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Jimmy is on the marketing team at Alien Skin. He builds our training videos, writes for the blog, governs our social channels, and he is the self-proclaimed king of swag. He's also a professional photographer and a complete fitness nut.

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  1. […] installment of the Superkids photo composite video series. If you missed Part 1, check it out, here. This tutorial covers compositing techniques in Photoshop. As a warning, I move quickly in the […]

  2. […] Superkids photo composite tutorial series. If you missed out on the other videos, check out parts 1 and 2. This video covers the last few steps of compositing in Photoshop and then we get to the good […]

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