Make a Movie Poster With Texture Background In Photoshop


Command (Ctrl + N) to create a new document. Here I use the size of 1200 * 1800 pixels. Resolution 300 pixels per inch Choose File>Place Embedded. To open an image into a worksheet Resize it to fit the canvas Right Click on the Layer (texture) and choose Rasterize Layer Choose Image>Adjustments>Color Balance Ctrl + B Choose>File>Open File Drag and drop layers to move to the main page Resize layer press Ctrl + T Add a layer mask Adjustment layer Activate Gradient tool to remove the unwanted area Choose Image>Adjustments>Levels (Ctrl + L) Choose blending mode to Hard Light Use the Quick Selection Tool to cut out objects from the background Add a layer mask Choose>Select>Refine Mask (Alt + Ctrl + R) Drag and drop layers to move to the main page Show the Rulers by going to View>Rulers or hitting Command + R To make the guide, click on the horizontal or vertical ruler, and drag the guide, then place it where you want Resize layer press Ctrl + T Right + Click>choose Apply Layer Mask and rename layer Choose Filter>Camera Raw Adding a Selective Color adjustment layer and don’t forget (Click to Clip to layer) Hold down Alt and then create a new layer in the Layers Adjustment Use the Burn tool Layer hidden (Background, texture, model) Select Layer 2 then press Shift + Ctrl + Alt + E (merge layers) Right + Click on the layer and choose Create Clipping Mask Add a layer mask (Model) Use Gradient Tool (G) The Brush tool (B) Hold down Alt and then create a new layer in the Layers Adjustment Use the Burn tool Create a new layer under the Model then press B Brush tool Hold down (Alt) to pick a color Add a layer mask and use Gradient Tool Adding a Gradient Fill adjustment layer Enter color code : e9ca7e, b2a06e, 7e8a6b Change the blending mode to Hard Mix Adding a Color Lookup adjustment layer Press Shift + Ctrl + Alt + E Photoshop creates a new layer containing the merged content Choose Filter>Sharpen>Sharpen More Adding a Brightness/Contrast adjustment layer To finish it up add the text. The font I used it called “Bebas”

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