By Andrew Blackman

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What You’ll Be Creating

One of the most difficult tasks in any photo manipulation project is getting the lighting and shadows to agree. This can be particularly difficult if you are working with several photos, each taken in an entirely different lighting situation.

In this short course, consisting of just eight short videos, Kirk Nelson will teach you the techniques you need to composite multiple photos into a single scene with believable lighting and shadows. Oh, and it’s also completely free.

What You’ll Learn

This short course follows on from Mastering Light & Shadow in Adobe Photoshop. It takes the concepts from that previous course and applies them to a photo manipulation project.

By the end of this course you’ll have completed a fun photo manipulation project, compositing multiple photos into a single scene with believable lighting and shadows.

Watch the Introduction

Start Learning for Just $15

To take this free course, simply go to the course page and follow the steps to create a free account. If you already have an account, just log in and you’ll be able to get started right away.

Read more here:: Free Course: Using Light and Shadow in Photo Manipulation