Hand 5 Poster Mockup

Hand 5 Poster Mockup

Hand 5 Poster Mockup

1 PSD FILE 6500×2950 pixel 5 photo selecetion layers 300 DPI images not included (visit: photodune.net) thanks

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Editing Smart Object 1. Experiment with levels once you are done with the smart object editing to achieve desired brightness and contrast. 2. Experiment with opacity or blending modes of the Smart object layers to achieve desired look. “Multiple” or “Linear Burn” are good choices. Higher opacity will give you more saturated colors. If your image is very dark or black then you might want to lower opacity of the smart object layer in order to achive realistic results. 3.. Rotate and crop image to achieve different results. Tips Open “Custom Wall” Smart Object Layer and insert your image, texture or color We alredy included some sample image that you can use. Toggle layer visibility of those layers depending on your need.

How to get Started:

1) open up the psd 2) in the layer panel, make the group on top visible by clicking the eye icon next to it (its just unvisible to make the file size smaller) 3) find the Smart Object (layer called “Screen (Replace)”) and double click the icon of this layer 4) Confirm the dialogue that will show up, and a new dokument will open up. 5) Paste your Image into the dokument and save it. 6) Return to the original dokument. Done ;)

Saving the Mockup If you want to save a mockup in a lower resolution, these steps are recommended: 1) Create a new layer on top of all the other layers. 2) In the Menu, click ” Image / Apply Image “ -> this fills the layer with all the pixels that are visible at the moment 3) Now Resize the document. (” Image / Image Size ”) One should resize any mockup like this before saving it as a jpg because almost all mockups work with a blur filter and if one just resizes the dokument, everythings gets shrinked down but the strength of bluriness will stay the same (which will then cause the image to look overblurred regarding to its size)

OR

You can also save a jpg first (in the full resolution) and then open it up to resize it.

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