Following on from Perfume Bottle Photography, Karl sits down to review his work and make the necessary post-production adjustments needed to finish off the RAW image.
In this class, he applies a number of commonly used Photoshop techniques well suited to product photography. In addition to explaining why we use these tools and demonstrating how to correctly apply them, Karl also shares a number of useful tricks that can be used to enhance an image.
From using the clone and brush tools to rectifying image distortion, this chapter covers a number of Photoshop techniques that can be applied not only to product images, but to all genres of photography.
In this class:
- Post-production techniques for product photography
- Common Photoshop tools and how to use them
- How to create composite images in Photoshop
- Establishing an effective post-production workflow
- Layers and layer masks
- Keystone Effect: Correcting image distortion
- How to effectively use burn and dodge
For more on the concepts covered in this course, go to Post-Production section.
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