Composite photography and editing pushes the limits of our art from what we see, to what we imagine. It requires a lot of work to come together perfectly, planning long before the first photo is taken. A composite must use light, focus, and perspective first and foremost to connect the images in use and make them believable.
On Day Two, we will edit the photos we have taken, demonstrating fundamental techniques for cutting content out of photos and seamlessly blending them into other images. We will be separating content from black and white backgrounds, and examining how the lighting and environment affects the editing process and final results of a composite.