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How to Create a Professional Poster in Photoshop
Under Photo Effect, Photoshop Tutorial
Create a professional poster is about using bright colors, playing with lightness, perspective, geometrical forms, besides photomontage techniques and digital collage.
In this Photoshop tutorial, it will show you how to add a comic book effect to an ordinary photo using a few layers, the Cutout and Poster Edges filters and a few different layer blend modes. Sometimes, it is nice to add this unusual effect to your own pictures.
Any pictures or photos can be transferred into some kinds of funny scenery. It is not necessary to have advanced skills. You just need to prepare your photos and use them as your sketch to paint and process your photo editions. Then, we are done.
Imagination is always a substantial factor to turn something boring into something exciting. This tutorial just turn the boring city into a Fantastically Imagative City in Photoshop. We will transform original pictures using Photoshop tools that will help to give the image a more spectacular look.
In this tutorial we’re going to go a bit retro. You’ll learn how to create halftone patterns and creatively cut up an image of a model holding a boombox. The effects are fun and you can apply these methods to other designs as well. In this case we used a speaker. Try cutting out other parts of your next design to mix and match with various effects.
Different posts need different style design as a background. And this tutorial just show you the post of skateboard riding. The idea is to arrange the objects in a certain angle (the feeling is like the object is sliding down), which is processed by illustrator. And the rest of effects can be done by Photoshop.
In this tutorial, it is going to walk through my process for creating a photo-realistic steampunk style insect. This tutorial is surprisingly easy, you just need to have a basic understanding of selection and blending techniques in Photoshop to make the final image appear as realistic as possible.
The dispersion effect is relatively straight forward in Photoshop CC but can be tricky to get right. The basic idea is to separate the subject from the background and then create a copy of the subject layer. One of the subject layers is then morphed using the Liquify tool to nearly fill the entire frame.