Something a little different today using Adobe’s awesome website for tutorials, this tutorial is more “skill” and functionality based than my previous tutorials and it’s video content as well.

I also tried to find the share option for the video but it doesn’t have one so you’ll just have to visit the link below if you want to follow the video clip.

Adobe Tutorial – How to match colour in a composite

The object of this tutorial is to learn how to use one colour to bring everything else in the composite image together. It’s really just making the colour uniform with each layer in the composite.

Website: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/how-to/match-color-tones-composite.html?playlist=/services/playlist.helpx/products:SG_PHOTOSHOP_1_1/learn-path:key-techniques/set-header:photo-compositing/playlist:topic/en_us.json&ref=helpx.adobe.com

Time: 10 minutes

Level: Beginner

Comment: A little different to shake things up a bit, this was a really fun video clip to follow and the tutor was very clear sounding and pleasant to listen to. The thing I really like about the Adobe tutorials is that they provide all the files for you, all you need to do is download them to your hard drive, unzip them and you’re away. It’s awesome.

For anyone who doesn’t like watching video clips, there are follow along steps and instructions as well.

Rating: 9.5/10

Adobe Stock contributors: Ulia Koltyrina, Sarah Holmlund, WaitforLight, FotoMak

Presenter: Seán Duggan

This is what you start with:

AstronautBACKGROUND.png

And my final composite:

AstronautFINAL.png

 

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