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Home > Articles > Digital Audio, Video > Adobe Photoshop If you've ever worked on compositing multiple graphical elements into one glorious image, you know how maddening it can be trying to make hair look as natural with a new background as it did in its original location. Matt Kloskowski, author of Photoshop Compositing Secrets , shares some great tricks he uses to get even the wispiest of baby-fine hair to cooperate in Photoshop (no matter how badly it behaves in real life). If you want to get into Photoshop compositing, one of the first features you'll have to conquer is selections.
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With all of the great things you can do with Photoshop, I am loving this one. I actually stumbled upon this by accident while playing around with settings, which is why I always encourage experimenting. You never know what you will find. I will start this tutorial by creating a file with the dimensions 512 X242.