Domestika – Magical Photomontage in Photoshop – Creating Visual Metaphors

Domestika – Magical Photomontage in Photoshop – Creating Visual Metaphors
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Learn how to develop a magical and realistic image full of meaning using your imagination and Photoshop

What if you could recreate your most imaginative ideas into ethereal yet realistic artwork? Photomontage is all about combining elements in a creative way and using real images to create otherworldly atmospheres. Digital artist Natacha Einat is passionate about finding visual metaphors that express growth, transformation, and positivity through photomontage.

In this Domestika course, discover how to use Photoshop as a means of expressing your ideas. Learn how to convey emotion and meaning through photomontage techniques. Join Natacha and create illustrations filled with magic and realism.

What will you learn in this online course?

Create a Document in Photoshop
Search For My First Image: The Background
Placing the Main Element 1
Placing the Main Element 2
Adding Meaning to My Main Element 1
Adding Meaning to My Main Element 2
Highlighting My Main Element
Placing the Secondary Elements 1
Placing the Secondary Elements 2
Blend to Create a Realistic Composite: Light and Shadows
Blend to Create a Realistic Composite: Saturation and Color Matching
Final Touches and Sharing
Magical Photomontage in Photoshop: Creating Visual Metaphors

What is this course’s project?
Create a photomontage of magical, visual metaphors that appear realistic.

Who is this online course for?
For anyone who wants to explore their imagination by creating a photomontage on Adobe Photoshop.

Requirements and materials
A basic understanding of how to use Photoshop is recommended, but not essential.

You will need a computer with Adobe Photoshop installed. A graphics tablet is optional.

15 lessons (2h 33m)
12 additional resources (6 files)
Audio: English
Level: Beginner

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