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Renee Agnew
Interactive Media and Design

Film Poster using Photoshop

Project Published 6/21/16 Last updated on 5/15/18

Year 11 Media Arts in Practice students tutorial on how to create a creepy movie film poster using Photoshop

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  • Photoshop

    Editing and compositing for photos, web and mobile app designs, 3D artwork, videos, and more.

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1-2 Hours
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I created this lesson for year 11 students in Media Arts in Practice who had to create a film poster for their task. 

This tutorial was sourced from http://www.denisdesigns.com/blog/2009/05/create-a-dark-creepy-movie-poster/

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Donna Rydzfski

Posted on 10/20/16 4:46:13 PM Permalink

​Does anyone have the movie credits for the poster?

Lorraine Dobson

Posted on 10/19/16 1:14:45 AM Permalink

Renee Agnew

Posted on 10/18/16 10:39:06 PM Permalink

Thanks David Braddam for providing the Adobe participants with the resources for the Creepy Film Poster tutorial. Ta, Renee Agnew.

Renee Agnew

Posted on 10/18/16 10:32:30 PM Permalink

​Thanks David Braddam for providing the Adobe participants with the resources for the Creepy Film Poster tutorial. Ta, Renee Agnew.

David Braddam

Posted on 10/18/16 9:19:40 PM Permalink

Mary Leonad

Posted on 10/18/16 8:49:54 PM Permalink

​Where can I get the word doc, brush, and images to use with the video? Only the video downloads in the resources?

maryleonard@scctc.org

Penny Ventrone

Posted on 10/18/16 6:37:54 PM Permalink

I too am looking for the resources. Are they available somewhere?

Monika Riedel

Posted on 10/18/16 6:34:56 PM Permalink

I was so excited to use this with my students today but the download only gives the MP4 but not the other components.​

Diana Bowen

Posted on 10/18/16 6:06:05 PM Permalink

​How do I get the pictures that go with this project?

Vaughn Grisham

Posted on 10/18/16 5:48:05 PM Permalink

​I can't wait to use this with my students! Where are the assets (besides the video)?

Karen Smiley

Posted on 10/18/16 5:23:44 PM Permalink

​How do I get the copy of the project? (word document not the video) Thank you, Kay

Pierfrancesco Filippo

Posted on 10/18/16 5:23:20 PM Permalink

​Bello.

Juan Lucero

Posted on 10/18/16 5:08:49 PM Permalink

Excellent, now I have a new project for Halloween,

thank you kindly…



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Tarek Bahaa El Deen

Posted on 9/1/16 10:07:22 PM Permalink

Very useful resource
Thank you for sharing

Andrea Welsh

Posted on 7/20/16 2:59:41 AM Permalink

Well done Renee

Julie ODell

Posted on 6/22/16 1:05:17 AM Permalink

I really like how you wrote the instructions in Word and placed it along side the Photoshop screen as you were doing the instructions. Great idea. I am going to use it. The poster idea was a great way to get the kids interested in designing their own poster. Thanks for the hint.