Art & Design in Photoshop by Steve Caplin (Auth.)

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Because it’s so often broken by Photoshop artists who aren’t aware of it when they attempt to make photorealistic montages. Their montages will always look false and inconsistent, and without appreciating this rule they’ll never understand why. When we create our montages, we need to position ourselves as viewers of the scene. ● This little girl is, naturally, shorter than we are. So when we position her on a beach, we place her eyeline well below the horizon: so far, in fact, that it’s out of sight above the top of the image.

Check the Colorize button, and lower the Brightness value; drag the Hue slider to get the color you want. Now to make the numbers show through. From the pop-up menu in the Layers palette, change the mode of the layer from Normal to Multiply: now we can see through the image to the numbers below. <:; ✔ image ✔ texture DFI<@E=F + Begin by opening the Preferences dialog: go to the Guides, Grid & Slices section. Set up gridlines with the spacing you need for the size of the job. Here, we’re using a 12 pixel grid.

But note how the haywain itself, bottom right, is balanced by Constable’s Hay Wain: spot the rule in action ● You don’t need to have the Rule of Thirds in mind when you create compositions; but if you’re stuck for a reason why a montage isn’t working, try applying it and readjust your scene. the tree, top left. *, Perspective: the horizon It doesn’t matter whether you’re sitting on the beach… …or standing at ground level… Two views of a simple scene. The top one shows three identical soldiers receding into the distance; in the bottom one the soldiers all appear to be different sizes.

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