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Extracting Props From Photo Backgrounds8:24
Build Your Scene Generator in Photoshop9:35
Smart Objects: Brand Objects With Your Art7:35
About This Class
Stand out from the crowd with creative imagery by designing a custom scene generator in Photoshop! In this class, we’ll brainstorm ideas, photograph props, build a scene generator and use smart objects to incorporate replacable artwork and branding. At the end of this class, you’ll be able to create your own scene generator and unlimited image scenes using Photoshop. Use your newly created images for client mock-ups, your social media pages, blogs, online shop, video introductions, personal brand and so much more. As a bonus, every student who enrolls will receive a small set of free high resolution images so you can get started right away!
P.S. Your free resources will be on the Class Project tab after you enroll.
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The instructor, Nikki, was very responsive to user feedback. After informing her that the audio was a little too low for me, she immediately took action and updated the audio to a much more pleasant listening level. She also informed me she would be adding even more resource files to her course for her students to play with. Thank-you!
I have used Photoshop for several years, this added a few new ways to do some of the same things. I enjoyed it. Thanks
I am an artist, a mother of three, and an entrepreneur. My artwork and tutorials have been featured in Cloth Paper Scissors, Somerset Studio, Flair, Cloth Paper Scissors PAGES magazines and more. I am a life-long learner and enjoy teaching and sharing my knowledge with fellow artists, designers, and business entrepreneurs.
I love creating artwork that resonates with my audience and tells a compelling story. I currently have the 2nd best selling piece of artwork on FineArtAmerica.com out of 10.5+ million pieces of artwork by 100K+ artists, "Guitar Siren." You can see more of my artwork on GuitarSiren.com, or connect with me on social media. I also have a blog at http://BookSmithStudio.com.
I look forward to connecting with you through my SkillShare classes and seeing your amazing projects!