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   3D SPACEBarton Damer BARTON DAMER REVEALS HOW TO USE PHOTOSHOP TO PREPARE YOUR IMAGE FOR COMPOSITING IN A 3D SPACE In this design, each element represents various studies of anthropology. the structure of the number six you ll find these topics visually represented through gold, money, boombox radio elements, doves, apples and the movie theatre marquee,”Damer says. Damer had to achieve a flow between the elements, as he explains: David Beanimages were incredible, so I really didnchange or enhance the picture of the rap artist Flame. I simply had to composite him into the artwork.’’ Compositing was done with Photoshop and CINEMA 4D. lot of the elements are true 3D so I have control over lighting and texturing them,”Damer explains. , the challenge with integrating CG and photo elements is almost always inconsistent lighting.”

 3D SPACEISOLATE YOUR IMAGE

Isolate the subject of your photograph onto a layer by itself. You can use the Pen tool in Photoshop or other methods such as Quick Masking or using the Quick Selection tool. Save your image as a PSD. CREATE TEXTURE The PSD can now be used as a texture inside of CINEMA AD. Select a specific layer from the PSD, load it into the Luminance Channel of your new texture and turn off Specular in the material. The you can transfer image to any material, such as a refrigerator magnets, or use it in other commercial ways. LIGHT YOUR SUBJECT Position lights in CINEMA AD and try to match the types of shadows and the direction they project from the isolated photography. You can use the GSG Light Kit to help with lighting.

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