Creating a Movie Reel
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a movie reel. Start by drawing a circle using elliptical shape tool. Double click the layer to open layer style window and enable stroke. Apply settings as shown.
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Designers love to be critical about movie posters, and while you may think you have better ideas about how to sell a movie to an audience, how many times have you actually tried doing it? In this tutorial, we're going to create a poster for a fictional movie called "Fugitive." The movie is meant to be a suspenseful thriller that features one's escape under the cover of darkness, despite man's attempt to capture the lone hero. Thin and cheesy plot? Check. Awesome opportunity to better your PSD skills? You got it!
Super Bowl is always a great time to see some nice movie trailers and previews. One that caught my attention was for the new The Avengers movie. I am looking forward to watching this movie but I also was looking forward to trying to recreate that poster in Photoshop.
As artistic as they are, movie posters are a selling tool—so they have to communicate clearly. Tomasz describes one function of a movie poster as posing questions that the movie will answer. Many movie posters have common formats and design schemes—in his years of creating and teaching, Tomasz has developed Poster Design Systems, which he shares with new designers on his team and shared with us in this a recent live “Creatives at Work” webinar event (you can watch the full recording near the bottom of this page). He explained that movie posters fall into a few recognizable categories: metaphor-based designs, word-based designs, and curve-based designs—and, of course, “Do Whatever You Feel Like” designs.
Movie Poster in Photoshop CS6: In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to combine images to create Movie Poster. You will Notice it’s not that hard to create a simple poster. We are using Adjustment layer, Gradient Tool and Pattern to get the nice result.
Create a movie advertisement. The final result looks very similar to the one used for the movie Into the West.
In this Photoshop tutorial, we are going to create a simple action movie poster using pre-existing images. We will be working with Filters, blend modes and adjustment layers.
Some common posters I keep seeing on Flickr are reinventions of movie posters, like the ones by Ibraheem Youssef, based on movies such as Scarface and The Big Lebowski. Most of the posters are very iconic in style, with some nice textures to simulate a vintage or minimalist look. Creating artwork inspired by movies is a good practice for creative thinking, and this is what we’ll try to do in this Photoshop tutorial, with the movie, Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
This was one of those times when you see an image and just feel like you have to make something cool with it. I have seen this effect in many movie posters and, as you’ll see, the results speak for themselves. Get the Quick Selection tool (W) from the Toolbox and select the background (as seen here). Then, go under the Select menu and choose Inverse, so that the subject is now selected...
Photo manipulation is always a fun to work on. In this Photoshop tutorial we will be creating an antique vintage sci-fi spy movie poster. This tutorial will cover a few important topics like using Two Point Prospective, Analyzing and creating DOF (Depth Of Field), Coloring with reference to the original image and few more important basics of Photo Manipulation.
In this tutorial, Daniel combines two photos and uses a displacement map, clipping mask, blend modes, adjustment layer, and brush to simulate a movie poster for Unbroken. He also shows you a few tips and shortcuts to help you work in Photoshop.