Creating Atmospheric Perspective For Better Composites In Photoshop

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to use the Atmospheric Perspective to create more believable composites in Photoshop.

When combining different images together, sometimes you have to fake the depth of an object within a scene.

If you don’t do this right, you’re likely to get that flat “cut-and-paste look” that most beginner Photoshop users have in their work.

By implementing these simple Atmospheric Perspective concepts that we’ll cover in this video, you’ll be able to avoid that flat look, and add a new level of realism to your composites.

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Andre Janssen (The Netherlands)

Hello, hello…
Wow, great tutorial. Learned a lot!

Mario Arismendi

Increiblemente genial…gracias por compartir…!

M.Lemi Elyakan


Thanks for the tutorial videos.I’ m following your videos and I learned so much thing almost every day.
Thanks a lot.


Thank you very much!