How the Sin City Portrait Was Composed in Photoshop

On this two part video, Aaron Nace from Phlearn takes a look at post production of his recent Sin City inspired photoshoot and how to create the final composite image in Photoshop.

Following the Sin City behind the scences video we published here last week which looked at the process of taking the main image for the project, Nace published two videos which look at the process of creating final poster.

On the first episode (above), Nace looks at how to combine multiple versions of the sky together to create more mood. Nace demonstrates the use of clipping masks as well as how to create a custom brush for adding the snow to the final image.

On the second part of the video (below), Nace goes over the general style of the image including high contrast and low saturation as well as adding the fog effect and the title to match the general look of the image.

Sin City – Part 2



You can find many more Photoshop video tutorials on LensVid’s Photoshop section (and you can find a lot more Phlearn videos on our special Phlearn subsection).

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