In this tutorial I run through a simple way to create a light wrap in Photoshop to improve the look of photo composites. It’s a pretty quick run through, but once you know how to do it it’s easy to play around with to get the look you think looks best. It doesn’t work in every situation, but well worth knowing about.
I’ve also created a Photoshop action to make the task relatively automated. You can download the action below the video – it’s free.
When you use the action make sure you name the layer above the background ‘Subject’ for it to work properly…
When I learn how to reference a layer by it’s position in the layer order and not by it’s name I’ll do a tutorial on that too 🙂
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