Creating a creative digital composite

Today I wanted to share a video I came across about how to create a creative digital composite in Photoshop CS5. I think digital composites can be so interesting and Photoshop really is such a powerful tool in the creative process. With the ability to layer images over images and blend items together Photoshop really gives us as artists endless possibilities. There is so much detail you can weave into a digital composite and as an art form you can let your imagination run wild. This video is by Julieanne Kost, Digital Imaging Evangelist at Adobe Systems and for those of you who haven’t seen a tutorial from her she is an excellent teacher always showing how to do something in Photoshop or Lightroom that makes it very simple to understand. Enjoy this video and I hope it gives you some fresh inspiration to get out there and create new works of art. If you have some great digital composite photos to share leave a link in the comments below.

Also check out a photographer we highlighted awhile back that does some very interesting digital art composites

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Mark is a fine art wedding and portrait photographer from Northern California. He has been passionate about photography since childhood and started his studio 12 years ago to bring a fresh style of photography to the wedding and portrait world.

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