This poster is a sequel to one of my bestsellers (more of 100 sold), and it’s adjusted, optimized, re-built from the ground to look better, and to be easier to work with. Also, this time there are 2 image placeholders on the sides (as opposed to 1). It is easy to modify – You have to insert 3 photos to their imageHolder layers and they will take the exact position/angle that you can still modify later (If you move the whole imageHolder layer the image will move inside the placeholder, but it won’t spill outside of it, so you can choose the best part of the photo to show). To insert images, find smart object layers (marked in red) called “imageHolder_RightClick_ReplaceContents” – them right click and choose “replace Contents”, browse to your image, load it and move it around to position the way you want. Flatten that image holder screen and save, close. It will update layer “ImageHolder” with perfectly angled photo of your choice that you can now move around, resize, etc. I have made a movie poster preview, but you can use this for all kind of events, even as a cool photo frame. To replace the main movie title text and 3D names on top, find yellow-marked layer folders named “nameLeft”, “nameRight”, “movieTitle”, open them and edit only the ones that are called “textHolder_RightClick_Edit Contents”(the first ones on top of those folders), right click on them, choose “edit contents” and retype, resize to fit, save. Layers that are called “don’t edit”, well, don’t edit:)
There are few highlights that you can move around to enhance the effect, there is a folder with highlights and shines for movie Title only (you will have to adjust position and angle of those to fit your new text). Layers are organized and properly named, easy to follow.
Fonts used: Bebas Neue (free font:http://www.dafont.com/bebas-neue.font)