Photoshop is a very powerful piece of software, and it seems that no matter how long you’ve been using it for there’s always something new to learn. It’s always important to understand the tools that you’re working with. Post-production should be an asset in every artist’s arsenal when it comes to creating 3D scenes. How you use it within the scene however is entirely up to you. It can be as dramatic or subtle as you want. Used correctly, post-production can drastically speed up your workflow and take your renders to the next level.
Getting Started with Photoshop
Getting started in Photoshop is a daunting process. It's a deep sofware that has many functions. The best way to start is to just dive right in.
Understanding how to use Layers in Photoshop is essential to streamlining your photo-editing process and making sure you have the highest-quality images possible.
Professional retouching is a valuable skill and a great way to improve any photo.
Digital sketching allows you to create your desired image and experiment with an endless variety of brushes, colors and styles.
Photoshop can be used for many purposes, and one of the most common uses is for designing web and mobile User Interfaces (UI).
Post - production in Photoshop is a crucial part of a CGI artist workflow.
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