creativeLIVE – Creative Compositing in Photoshop CS6 with Aaron Nace
English | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | 90 Min
FLV | Video: h264, yuv420p, 960x540, 29.97 fps(r) | 506 MB
Genre: Video Training
Use compositing to subtly or not-so-subtly make your photos look amazing! Learn to cut your subject out, prep the background, match foreground and background, fix shadows and highlights, color the image, then add finishing touches and styling to the image.
For over years, Aaron Nace has been teaching photography and photo manipulation to millions of users across the world at every skill level. Initially a hobbyist while earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Industrial Design from North Carolina State University, Aaron’s expertise in Photoshop developed rapidly. His creative portfolio of retouching, compositing, and conceptual work grew quickly, and he soon became a globally recognized Photoshop master. His images have been published on MSNBC.com, AOL.com, and The Huffington Post. Ever since, he has been committed to sharing his methods of creative conceptual photography both online and in-person.
In 2011, after three years of teaching online seminars to small groups of students, Aaron launched Phlearn.com, a photography and Photoshop tutorial website different from all the rest. Slated as the Internet’s photography personality, Aaron has single-handedly created hundreds of in-depth, high energy tutorial videos that have reached a community of millions of students worldwide. Aaron and the ever-growing Phlearn team make learning photography and Photoshop a dynamic, personal, and engaged experience for all of its users. Phlearn was of CreativeBloq.com’s 10 Top Photoshop Resources in early 2013.
In addition to managing Phlearn, Aaron works as a professional retoucher, and his client list includes some of the world’s top photographers. He is on the board of the Midwest APA and has taught seminars at B&H’s Event Space in New York City, the Apple store on Michigan Avenue in Chicago, the Lowepro booth at the PhotoPlus Expo, and on numerous industry websites such as Fstoppers, [Framed], and Practical Photoshop Magazine.
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