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Photoshop Tutorial - Poster Credits

Learn guitar chords for FREE through our new game Chord Master: In this video, Mahalo's Photoshop expert Justin Zagri shows how to add credits to a movie poster in Adobe Photoshop CS5. Photoshop Tutorial - Poster Credits --------------------------------------------------------------------- This tutorial will cover the basics for adding credits that will be underneath the title on a movie poster. The credits are essential for major one-sheets, especially if you're involved in a major budget production that is going to be marketed shown theatrically. Generally, you want the credits on everything except teaser posters.? Conduct a Google search for movie poster font. There are many fonts that look similar to each other, but find one that works for you. Select the Text Tool and click and drag across your canvas to add a text box. Make sure the Foreground color is white and start typing in the necessary names. For instance, you can start by saying something like, "A Sonic Resonance Production, A Zero Kazama Film."? Next, list the cast members, starting with either the top billed actor or the lead, followed by the supporting players.? The next line should feature the key crew members. They are listed in order of importance. Generally, the casting director would be listed first. The production designer would be next. The cinematographer and editor would be listed third. Anyone else who is important to the film would also be listed, such as the visual effects supervisor. Finally, the writer would be listed, followed by the director last. Keep in mind that you never want to add colons, commas or periods anywhere in the credits.? When all of the information is added, you want to make the names larger than the job titles. Read more by visiting our page at:
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