Superkids Photo Composite Video – Part 1

By | February 28th, 2014|Tutorials, Photography, Fun|2 Comments

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 the marketing nerd at Alien Skin. He makes workflow training tutorials, handles affiliates, writes for the blog, manages our contributing authors, governs our social media, and he is the king of swag orders. He also makes a mean cup of espresso, so if you stop by the office, remember to give him cash tips for his efforts.


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