How to Blend Images and Create a Composite in Photoshop

How to Blend Images and Create a Composite in Photoshop

Simple Techniques to Blend Images and Color Match Elements of Composites in Photoshop! Learn the building blocks of Photo Manipulation, and the in-depth step-by-step process of using Curves, Hue/Saturation, Special Effects, Filters, and several advanced techniques to match the color, tone, and lightness of the image. But is that enough?

In this tutorial, we will also learn how to create the shadow using the existing one and mimic other properties and nuances of the image like blurriness, noise, etc. and get it to match with the object or the subject. I hope this tutorial helps. Thank you for watching 🙂

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50 replies
  1. Dheeraj Sa
    Dheeraj Sa says:

    hello bro this is awesome i love your voice your perfect man nice keep up the good work

    this is the first time i am on your channel but your work impressed me incredible man nice i love your work i have watched all most of your videos

    Reply
  2. coc masala
    coc masala says:

    I like your videos but yaar tu hindi me Q nahi bolta muze kuch samazta nahi he tu kya bol rahahe pliz tum hindi me tutorial banao yaaarrr

    Reply
  3. Pop Muzik
    Pop Muzik says:

    I’ve commented before on your videos- 75% of the people of YouTube need to learn from you. Use these videos as THE STANDARD on HOW VIDEOS ARE TO BE MADE. You are an excellent teacher. You well deserve to make money from your videos- unlike most of ppl on here that really do not deserve to earn for clickbait and the garbage the they post. You set the bar for making top notch tutorial videos ! Keep up the amazing work !!!

    Reply
  4. Ismail Mamedov
    Ismail Mamedov says:

    maaaan you make me smile )) its like when an older man shows a trick to a child which makes them smile. really super duper skills in ps

    Reply
  5. Andres Roque
    Andres Roque says:

    thank u so much for all of your videos, you are helping a lot.
    more than u think. the universe bless u.

    Btw i’m a photographer and very soon i’ll post a photo edit made from your videos. (1st one)
    @andres_rocke on Instagram.

    Cya and ty again.

    Reply
  6. Kodama
    Kodama says:

    you explain so good! i understood everything and even more (the reason behind why to do each step and understand photoshop and the tools better! instead of those guide that just tell you do -1, 2 and 3 and thats it)
    thank you! very helpfull!!

    Reply
  7. Patrick McDonald
    Patrick McDonald says:

    Thanks. Great, as usual. But, I thought everyone drove on the left! We do in England. Does anyone actually drive on the right? That would seem odd.

    Reply
  8. Robert Jones
    Robert Jones says:

    I really enjoy your videos and learn a lot from them. You also have a very fine teaching style even though you do drive on the wrong side of the road 🙂

    Reply
  9. Rajib Bhattacharji
    Rajib Bhattacharji says:

    NICE work mate, but i want to tell you that the car’s back window where u can see the street coz its transparent… from that point the street from the BG and street from the car window didnt match at all.. please look at it

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  10. Meherab Ansari
    Meherab Ansari says:

    I completed a graphic design course where illustrator was mainly focused. I tried to learn more about Photoshop. But at some point of my life i gave up, depressed and thought i am of no use. But boss somewhere saw your video and totally impressed. your clean voice and clear instruction put light on the dark side of my expectation. God bless you man. <3

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