Editing Conceptual Photographs with Justin Bettman – 1 of 2
Join photographer Justin Bettman as he edits two conceptual photographs in Adobe Photoshop! In this two-part series, he’ll share pro-tips on compositing, how he shoots his photos and how he enhances his images in Photoshop to achieve his signature look and feel.

Guest Justin Bettman is a commercial and editorial photographer & director based in Los Angeles, CA: https://www.behance.net/justinbettman

Host James Bonanno is a creative director and content creator: https://www.jamesbonanno.com/

Join us LIVE on Behance: https://www.behance.net/adobelive

00:00 Start
1:40 Intro to Justin’s Work
3:48 Intro to Today’s Project
5:30 Thought Process Behind Getting Props
10:38 Using the Clone Stamp Tool to Remove Unwanted Objects
13:07 How to Minimize Having to Do Lots of Touch Ups
15:18 Using the Patch Tool to Clean Up Curtain Wrinkles
16:27 Extending the Curtains
19:50 Using the Pen Tool to Mask Out a Table
22:12 Editing the Repeated Pattern in the Curtains
28:48 When to Not Use Patch Tool
30:49 Justin’s Camera Tech and Specs Used
41:25 Removing Unwanted Reflections
44:35 Getting Rid of an Unwanted Cord
51:13 Cleaning Up Brown Spots on Bananas
50:24 Editing the Color of the Bananas
1:01:10 How to Create a Clipping Mask
1:05:52 How Justin Funded Personal Projects
1:08:00 Adding Colored Stripes to Socks
1:15:15 Editing Clothing with Liquify Tool
1:16:27 Removing Unwanted Reflections in Glasses
1:25:14 Discussing Props
1:32:20 Editing the Carpet
1:54:40 Sneak Peek to Tomorrow’s Project