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Soft Lighting Photo Manipulation | Photoshop Tutorial

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in this soft lighting photo manipulation tutorial i will show you how you can composite a studio shot on top of a building and create fake sun and give it really soft lighting effect.

First of all we will start by cutting her from the background and its a red dress with a green background, so it super easy to cut. And for the transparent part of the dress i will show you a trick that we normally use for hair cutting.

Then comes the background ,now i have used to images building as a backdrop and a something as a surface, i think its a road but i am not sure. I will also show you in depth tricks to paint proper shadows so that she dose not look like she is floating in the air. I mean even if you want her to float, you will still need shadows, but that is not the point.

Then we will add a building image as a background and will give it a tilt for no god damn reason. It looks cool, dose that count ? so once everything is in its proper place its time to create the one and only fake sun. Its super simple and i have shown it like million times in my videos.

After the sun is ready i will show you how you can match the lighting of the woman with the lighting of the background and how to make her look like she actually has some sun light on her skin and the some basic shit like how to do all over color grading in the image
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