Crafting a compelling photo composite is as much about artistic process as it is about technique. A willingness to experiment and persist is the key to creating art that delights your soul. In today’s Photoshop Workbench, we’ll build a Zen-like, misty mountains composite from existing landscape photos and textures. My hope is that, along the way, you’ll pick up not only some useful techniques, but also develop a deeper understanding of how the creative process is just that…a process…one that is often fulfilling, and sometimes arduous.
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