Hi Everyone Last month we demonstrated how to create a simple composite image using pre cut-out elements in Adobe Photoshop Mix. This month we will be looking at how to extract elements from their backgrounds to place them into a new scene. Photoshop Mix gives us a very simple way to do this, which is often as easy as dragging your finger over the item once. What we’ll learn: Starting a new project Importing the images Using the cut out tool Smoothing edges Adding a look Let’s get started. 1: Starting your image project Launch Photoshop Mix. If this is the first time you’ve used it, you’ll be asked to sign in to your Creative Cloud account with your Adobe ID. If you don’t have an account, you can also choose to create one from the same screen. Once you’ve done this, you’ll be taken to the project screen, this has some built-in sample projects and is where your own projects will be displayed as you create them. Tap the plus sign in the top-right of the screen to start a new project. Starting a new project 2: The file import screen Photoshop Mix gives us a choice of […]
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