Learn the fundamentals of creating realistic composites in Photoshop.

The goal of this course is to teach you important foundations you need to know in order to create the most realistic Photoshop composites. And to share with you some tips and tricks I have picked up over the last ten years of working in Photoshop.

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The multiple exposure is an amazing Photoshop effect that is easy to create using any software that allows you to work with layers. In this tutorial we will show you how to create this Photoshop effect to clone yourself and get a stunning effect on your photos.

In order to create this impressive effect you need only two things: a device capable of taking Photos (smartphone, DSLR camera, pocket camera, etc) and a software that allows you to work with layers and layer masks like Gimp (free), Photoshop Elements or Photoshop CS or CC or other free photo editors that allows you to work with layers and layer masks.

Nowadays, modern smartphones are capable of taking high resolution images.

Simply make sure that on your phone camera settings you set the highest resolution available for pictures. On some phones it’s simply called “Fine”. If you use Photoshop you don’t even need a tripod because you can align the images but it’s highly advisable.

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All presets are compatible with Adobe Lightroom 4, 5, 6, CC, and Classic CC (.lrtemplate & XMP-files included) as well as the latest Lightroom Mobile app on iOS and Android. For Lightroom Mobile, you can choose either the synchronization method via Lightroom on your desktop computer or the installation method via DNG presets.