Speed Edit: Swimming Moonlight by Robert Cornelius
In this Photoshop speed edit Robert Cornelius shows us how he created Swimming Moonlight. Watch the entire process condensed down to six minutes! Watch carefully and you’ll see how he paints in amazing colors and unifies the look of his fish using layer effects applied to groups of layers.
What is a speed edit?
First, speed edits are meant to be entertainment, not tutorials in the traditional sense. Please set your expectations accordingly. If you are looking to learn specific techniques and methods, then please take a look at our other 100+ Pro Photoshop Tutorials!
A speed edit is a screen recording of an artist creating a piece of art from beginning to end. The playback speed is dramatically increased to allow you to get an overview of the process the artist went through. We've also added music to our speed edits to enhance the experience!
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