This series explores the limits and potentials of image manipulation and compositing.
Image manipulation is, and always has been, a part of the photographic process. The difference between the way the camera records an image and the way we see the world means that some image correction and manipulation is a normal part of creating a convincing photograph.
There are many kinds of image manipulation, from subtle and benign, to beautiful and incredible, to the downright deceitful. In this series, you'll learn how to use compositing and manipulation techniques to enhance your vision and unlock new creative potentials in your post-production process.
Want to know more? Try our free course on compositing in Photoshop! You'll work through a practical photo manipulation project to learn all the skills you need. We also have a free introductory course on photo manipulation in Photoshop to help you get started.