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Photoshop skill: Brainstorm of a Fat head small pig: How to Improve Work Efficiency?

Mr. Diamond laid down his noble figure, did not mind the fat pig's figure, nor was he afraid of its smell. He worked with it, ate with it, but did not sleep with it (although Sun Wukong said that he was used to vomiting, but Mr. ILeap vomited all his intestines out, but he did not get used to vomiting).Mr ILeap learned how to use Phtoshop to make his work more efficient during his time with a fat pig. Diamond takes you through the world of Photoshop.

1.Set the suitable resolution

It is recommended to enlarge the pixels of the final work by 150%~200%, and then adjust the pixels to the appropriate size when the final work is finished. Images are now displayed on a variety of carriers. For example, print resolution is best set to 300pDI, while screen resolution is best set to 72pDI. You can imagine how important it is to set the right pixel and resolution.

The risk of not applying high resolution is that some of the material may be distorted, distorted, or blurred. But in fact this is a complex issue, when must use different sources of material, it is best to ensure that their resolution is similar, because if the resolution of the material is different, must be low or high, so as to maintain the overall resolution of the consistency, to avoid the emergence of "unexpected" Mosaic.

2. Set reasonable light and shadow effects

When designing a Photoshop composite scene, it is critical to align the lighting direction with the light source Settings.If each element of the scene has a different lighting source, it will create different shadow effects.On TV and in movies, we also see actors and composite background have different lighting effects, which is called "green screen effect".

The best way to solve this problem is to have a deep understanding of lighting in the real world.Light has its own three-dimensional properties and forms shadows in three-dimensional space.

If you set the main light source in the scene, you can analyze the shadow effect on the surface or the back of each element, and then the elements of the scene are designed according to this law.It sounds like a lot of work, but it's not that hard.Once you've mastered the geometry behind the visual effects, you'll feel inspired.

Mr. Diamondis thirsty and has forgotten the water. Go back to drink. See you next time.

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