Compositing

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Compositing
Compositing and elements showing a ship in a vase that is made out of water.

Secrets and tricks. Everyone keeps talking about them.

Let me be honest with you: compositing has no shortcuts, only specific rules. Lights, shadows, exposure, clarity, and integration are the most crucial components for creating impressive composites. However, they are ineffective without balance. Keep in mind the Latin phrase "in medio stat virtus" — do not overload your project, do not abuse effects. Everything must feel natural to your audience.

Compositing done of woman underwater surrounded by fish

Don't rush!

Even though Photoshop is the tool we use to select all the subjects to put together, it's nothing without accurate reference research.

For spot-on images, we need not just pictures, but the right photos with the right lighting and exposure, as similar to each other as possible for shadows and colors.

Adobe Stock can help us achieve our goals, thanks to its millions of selected photos from some of the best photographers in the world.

#1 in the top 5 of the best graphic design skills.

If you can manipulate reality, you’re heading in the right direction!

Snapping photos and selecting the best ones is a great way to start creating your first composite. I’ve previously covered some fundamentals, but you can find tutorials on YouTube for everything you need.

Search for Adobe evangelists; they have proper channels with tons of tutorials on various techniques.

Returning to my point about compositing, graphic designers need to master this technique because the advertising industry often demands fictional scenarios for authentic products. You can see an example of what I’m talking about in one of my recent projects called NOÀ. Scroll down until you find the caption “commercial.” In this project, a UFO is poised next to the NOÀ laboratory, ready to steal the top ingredient, while a couple riding a big bike observes the scene. It’s a blend of fantasy and reality that creates a ‘wow’ effect.

Have a creative lifestyle

Personally , as a designer I need to refresh my ideas everyday, for that reason, I've decorated my living room with paintings and sculptures.

I signed in to a lot of websites to get inspiration
and I'm always updated with the last
technologies in design matter.

I hope you guys doing well and I want to thank
you for your time.

Compositing done of UFOs and a figure that is made out of a metal looking material.

It's Time to Act!

Compositing graphic designer in boston
Role
Art Director
Service
Compositing
Software
Photoshop/Lightroom

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Compositing and elements showing a ship in a vase that is made out of water.