Have Fun Combining Two or More Images Using Your iPad | Stephen Bezant | Skillshare

Have Fun Combining Two or More Images Using Your iPad

Stephen Bezant, Photographer & Photomixer

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7 Lessons (42m)
    • 1. Photoshop Mix Intro

      1:50
    • 2. Photoshop Mix Setting Up

      5:04
    • 3. Photoshop Mix Interface

      3:23
    • 4. Photoshop Mix Interface 2

      4:48
    • 5. Photoshop Mix Cutting Out

      10:12
    • 6. Photoshop Mix Colour Adjustments

      6:02
    • 7. Photoshop Mix Blending etc

      10:39

About This Class

Using a Fun and free app for your iPad or any mobile device you can take two or more images that you get from photos that you have taken or have downloaded from stock sites and make a creative original image that will amaze you.

The app is easy to use and very intuitive. It is uncomplicated but has all the tools you need for you to enjoy stretching your creative muscles.

This means you can create images to share whilst you are out and about, whether at a coffee shop, at a park or someplace else completely.

You don't need Photoshop on the desktop but if you do have it you can open what you have done in Photoshop Mix in Photoshop CC with all layers intact and continue working from there.

What you can do:

- Cut out and remove sections of your images or merge multiple photos.

- Seamlessly combine photos together to create fun or surreal images.

- Adjust colours and contrast or apply preset FX looks(filters) to your pictures. enhance entire image or just a portion with just a touch of your finger.

- Non destructive editing means your original pics stay pristine and untouched.

- Quickly and easily share your creations on social media.

What you need:

Ipad, Iphone (IOS 10 or later) or any android tablet or phone.

Photoshop Mix app.

Willingness to have fun and be creative.

Go to Photoshop Mix Examples to see a small collection of the sorts of images you can create.

I hope to see you on the inside and to see the masterpiece you put up on the project gallery.