Studio Lighting for Easy Photoshop Compositing by Dave Cross

10/03/2015 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

Adobe Photoshop guru and Westcott Top Pro photographer Dave Cross utilizes 3 Skylux LEDs to light his subject in-studio, creating a proper image for easier post-production compositing in Photoshop.

By first selecting a background image, photographers can illuminate their subject by matching their studio light sources with the lighting in their chosen image. This will allow for less editing in Lightroom and Photoshop and will create a more believable final composite.

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Text and video via F.J. Westcott

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