How to Create a World Under the Sky using Photoshop

Comments (15)
  1. Kevin Alemán says:

    Good image, but the instructions could be better.

  2. Mara says:

    Thank you, this was good practice, Though I did change some things, such as the shadow beneath the clouds. I made it more of a slow fade together of the house and cloud pictures, looked more cloudlike.

  3. James says:

    Thanks for sharing this tutorial

  4. Meinert says:

    This is nice but I agree with what the others said

  5. K.B.GUPTA says:

    I can`t understand. It is very tough

  6. ALCI JIMENEZ says:

    espectacular la imagen las tima que eltutorial no sea hablado

  7. Morgan says:

    I can’t understand

    1. Anonymous says:

      so was i

  8. v7 says:

    thank you

  9. Anonymous says:

    “Activate the Transform tool (Ctrl/Cmd + T), take note we don’t have to convert this image to a Smart Object since we only have to resize it once.”

    WTF? Nothing is more wrong than that

    1. Martorelli says:

      I understand that from the authors point of view but the larger issue here is that he doesn’t understand the concept of non-destructing editing. The tutorial is constantly copying and pasting when it should have been imported as smart obj and stenciled with a layer mask. He knows how to use it but purposefully teaches destructing editing. Thus, leading myself to believe that the authors does not grasp the concept of non-destructing editing.

  10. Clark says:

    I really hate this tutorial. You start by explaining “non-destructive editing” and then everything is destructive from the 2nd page on.

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