Learn The Best Tools For The Job
My most commonly used techniques and tools
How to pick the best tools for the job at hand
What to do when faced with difficult complicated selections
Build The Perfect Selection To Isolate Your Objects
Making your initial selection is just the start. You're also going to learn:
How to tweak and adjust selections after you've created them, for the perfect edge
What to avoid when isolating complicated edges (like bushes and trees) if you want to prevent them from looking like a copy/paste hack job
How to build selections piece by piece for the perfect "cut"
Plus you're also learning:
How to add and subtract from selections, and save them for later use
How to create and use luminosity selections
How to clean up rough edges around selections using the refine edge tool or the clone stamp tool when refine edge fails
How to cut out and isolate extremely low contrast objects from their background
How to use the "double flip reverse subtraction isolation technique" for replacing a sky behind a tree
How to isolate and fix an over-polarised sky
In the following example, learn how to combine different types of selections and masks to create a "master mask" when some parts are best suited to one method and other parts another method
Special PREMIUM Bonus #1: Object Isolation Examples Bonus Pack
This premium bonus gives you a further collection of examples showing the techniques you've learned in the main course on a selection of further images.
How to fix any "leftover" colour fringing when isolating intricately detailed objects like a persons hair, or leafy trees
How to retain detailed edges when cutting a line through distant trees (see first castle example below)
The quickest and most efficient method for accurately isolating objects with straight edges and lines, like the castle & lighthouse examples below
Plus many more tips & tricks along the way
Special PREMIUM Bonus #2: Object Blending 101
You've just learned how to isolate objects from your images. Next you'll need to know how to blend those objects into other photos! Object Blending 101 sets you up for success by teaching you the fundamental ideas and techniques.
Discover the 3 Elements Of Light that must be a match if you want an object to seamlessly blend into a new background
The simple Photoshop technique that will adjust your object to match its new background in just a few clicks
How to make an object appear further away in a scene (which has nothing to do with scale/size!)
Why perspective matters and what to look for when selecting your source images for blending later (everything else can be perfect, but if THIS isn't right, the whole thing will look like a scrapbook cutout)
Why and where to add just the right amount of shadow to your objects AND their new backgrounds to produce a believable blend
Learn the two finishing touches to create a perfect blend that almost NOBODY thinks about. This is the difference between a 95% and a 100% object blend.
"The upside is huge, with virtually no downside. If your ability to isolate objects from their background in Photoshop doesn't rocket skywards as a result of taking this course, all that happens is you get your money back and you're 60 days older."