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Develop creative skill to produce professional level digital compositing art. Solid understanding of digital composting techniques and workflow
Create commercial level digital compositing.
Learn new skill to get new clients and keep existing.
basic and advanced principles of digital compositing for commercial production.
This course is continually updated, future new projects and new Photoshop compositing techniques will be added ongoingly.
This is the fullest course on compositing in Photoshop. It also includes additional sections about creating 3D backgrounds in other applications, how to setup lighting and photoshoot models in a studio, and how to design and layout posters. New sections will be added in time, to cover a wide range of skills.
The structure of this course is based on several years of experience in teaching online students. For only a one time fee you can get a Lifetime access to this growing course and its digital assets.
What Will I Learn?
How to create commercial level compositing that you can sell.
Improve your photoshop skills and techniques to professional level.
Learn how to optimize your workflow and produce mastery level work in the shortest time possible.
Basic and advanced principles of digital compositing for commercial production.
This course is separated into modular sections based on your level of Photoshop knowledge and compositing skills. I do recommend to follow the designated order of the sections and tutorials, but don’t feel locked up to it. Please just be sure to view the “Tips before starting on Projects” before your proceed to next section.
This course is designed to be hands on, project based with more projects being added on a continuous basis. All of them will include project materials, but you can always use your own.
Introduction to Photoshop section:
If you feel a little bit “rusty” in your current Photoshop skills, then watch this.
Masking in Photoshop:
Different techniques of masking in Photoshop. The different pros and cons and recommendations.
Masking – one of the essential steps in the compositing workflow.
Finding characters for your compositing, from Photoshoots to image stocks:
Lighting setup, posing, and camera settings for those who want take photos by themself and resources for stock photography.
Retouching. Preparing a model for the compositing step:
Important steps in retouching techniques, valuable for any digital artist who works with models. Even if you aren’t creating composites, this is a must to know section. Includes advanced techniques.
Introduction to Digital Compositing:
What is compositing and the different types of compositing.
Compositing essential skills:
Each tutorial in this section introduces different techniques that are used in blending components. This includes an understanding of shadows, lighting, perspective and their importance in photorealistic compositing.
Creating 3D background for compositing work:
In many projects we are using digital photos, or compositions of several digital photos, for the background. But if you want to bring your creative environment to the next level, then you can start using 3D application to bring your own imaginary worlds to life. In this section we are looking into how to use other applications besides Photoshop to achieve that, as well as where to find free and inexpensive 3D programs.
Resources for compositing work:
Where to find and how to manage it.
Tips before beginning working on projects:
A fast refresh on what we’ve learned about compositing.
Creating movie poster:
Basic principals in creating movie posters. How to prepare background and an integrated model as well as positioning texts and credits.
Robot and the Boy, project:
Step by step going over the workflow in creating this compositing. You can use either your own assets or those provided with this project.
Note: A bonus pack with this course includes a growing collection of digital assets that you may use for your personal or commercial work, royalty free. No reselling.
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Course Published By Vladimir Chopine (Average rating- 4.9/5, Total Ratings- 10 )
Short Biography of Instructor:
Certified trainer, Published and award winning digital artist and photographer.
Adobe Users Group leader of my area.
Hi, I am Vladimir Chopine, owner of Geekatplay Studio, who has provided training for many years to professional digital artists all over world. I currently have over 3000+ individual video tutorials and printed tutorials, as well as published books and magazine articles.
My digital art speaks for itself with unique compositing techniques and photography style.
I began as an artist over 35 years ago as a traditional cartoon animator and camera man. Later, I acquired multiple degrees equivalent to a Masters, in Computer science, Marketing and other areas. I have received multiple awards for computer animations, digital art, matte paintings, and photography and have been published in many magazines and books. I even published my own book about creating your own 3D environments with Vue.
I’ve created hundreds of commercial digital compositions, and during all those years I’ve developed and polished various techniques in Photoshop and have hosted multiple workshops and live classes. I am happy to share my knowledge on my web site and my youtube channel,
and now bring this popular teaching style and my skills and experience with students to Udemy!
I hope that these skills help you discover new creative outlets, to grow at your work, find new clients, and sell your art for more money.
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See you in the course!