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Photoshop Compositing Secrets: Interview With Matt Kloskowski

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Recently, I had the opportunity to chat with Matt Kloskowski. Matt is the author of "Photoshop Compositing Secrets," a new book that demonstrates some excellent techniques to help you create better and more realistic Photoshop compositions. In our interview, we discuss why it's important to bring a camera with you wherever you go, some techniques that you should always apply to your images, and much more. Please take a moment to review this roughly 25-minute video interview, and enjoy!



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