This eye-catching poster will turn your photo, or two, or three into a great monochromatic collage. Jut right click on Image holders (marked in red,green and orange) and insert your photos by choosing:”replace contents”, load images, save. You can make great film posters like this. Also there are some 5 Color Adjustment layers that you can use to get different color schemes. You can combine few of them, depending of the look you’re going for. All the text is in two layer folders called “upper block” and “lower block”. It’s easy to change. Main headline text is marked in yellow and you should right click it and choose “edit contents”. Re-type, save. It will update the main text in the file. NOTE: When placing the images, you’ll see layer mask thumbnails on the right of the image placeholders. They are black and white. When you click on them and paint over the photo (in the main file) with BLACK, it will MASK it and hide areas you’re painting. If you however paint with WHITE, it will reveal more of the photo (and that is what those black and white splashes in the layer mask thumbnails are showing). It’s really easy.
Fonts used: - Gill Sans (http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/mti/gill-sans/) - Century Schoolbok (http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/bitstream/century-schoolbook/) - HeadLine One (http://www.dafont.com/headline-hplhs.font)