Cool Tricks for Photographs with Composite Images

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Like most other macro photographers, you probably started off honing your skills by taking photos of bugs, flowers or other common subjects. And while these subjects are very enjoyable to photography, and can serve as great subjects for many years to come, there may come a time when you want to break away from the standard fare and begin focusing on some more experimental subjects/photography techniques.

We hope that you are feeling experimental today, as we have some tips that are really going to help you out on your quest to become a more accomplished photographer. In today’s photography online lesson, you’ll see a pretty common light bulb used as the subject of a photo shoot. The end results are anything but ordinary, though, so get prepared to learn how you can up your game and improve your skill set with a few simple tricks and a bit of Photoshop know-how.



What do you think about the final image that he was able to create using these little photography and editing tricks? Not bad at all, right? If you have never used Photoshop or other photo editing software before, you may find the extensive editing to be a bit tricky. Most of the techniques you learned from this video are pretty standard stuff for macro photography editing, though, so you should take some time to practice and perfect these techniques when you have some spare time.

By becoming better acquainted with some basic Photoshop digital enhancement techniques, you are only adding to your skill set and improving as a photographer. You might not always want to spend a lot of time doing this kind of stuff, but it’s better to know the techniques and not have to use them than to need them and not know what you’re doing.

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