Make a Movie Poster With Blue Color and Dispersion Effect in Photoshop CC

Make a Movie Poster With Blue Color and Dispersion Effect in Photoshop CC

October 18, 2019 39 By Bernardo Ryan


Prepare a new document with a size of 2000 x 3200 pixels Choose File>Place Embedded. To open an image into a worksheet Resize it to fit the canvas Right click on the layer and select Rasterize layer Go to Image>Adjustments>Hue/Saturation Add Gradient Fill adjustment layer Enter color code : 1b0e28 Enter color code : 499bb1 Change the Opacity to 0% Change the blending mode to Color Right-click on the layer and select Create Clipping Mask Duplicate layer (Ctrl + J) Change the blending mode to Soft Light Select the City layer. Add layer mask Use the Gradient tool to remove the bottom Select the Background layer and add Solid Color Choose a dark color Hold down the Shift key to select more than one layer Now press Ctrl + E to merge the layers Rename layer Go to Image>Trim Go to Filter>Lens Correction Go to Filter>Blur Gallery>Field Blur Add Gradient Fill adjustment layer Enter color code : 208cca Change the blending mode to Linear Dodge Create a new layer Use Brush tool (B) Resize press Ctrl + T Change the blending mode to Overlay Add Levels adjustment layer Open the model image Use the pen tool to cut out objects from the background I will speed up to save you time Right + Click and choose Make Selection Add layer mask Drag and drop layers to move to the main page Resize it to fit the canvas (Ctrl + T) Right-click on the layer mask thumbnail and select Apply mask Go to Filter>Camera Raw Use Smudge tool to fix hair. Choose brush size and style. Set the tool’s strength. Add Brightness/Contrast adjustment layer. Don’t forget click to clip to layer Now use the brush tool to remove the mask Add Brightness/Contrast adjustment layer Use Brush tool (B) Add Color Balance adjustment layer. Click to clip to layer Add Selective Color adjustment layer. Click to clip to layer Hold down the Shift key to select more than one layer Now press Ctrl + E to merge the layers Add layer mask Use Gradient tool Right-click on the layer mask thumbnail and select Apply mask Duplicate layer (Model) Hide the Model copy layer and select the Model layer Go to Filter>Liquify Add layer mask Now use the splatter brushes Select the Model copy layer and add layer mask To edit the mask use a white and black brush To edit the mask use a white and black brush Add Inner Shadow on the Model copy layer Enter color code : 4eb6dd Enter color code : beedff Right-click on the layers effect panel and select Create Layer Add layer mask and use Gradient tool Add Curves adjustment layer Press Shift+Ctrl+Alt+E. Photoshop creates a new layer containing the merged content Go to Image>Apply Image Duplicate layer (Ctrl + J) Change the blending mode to Linear Light Go to Filter>Other>High Pass Ctrl + Click on the Model layer thumbnail to make a selection Add layer mask Add Color Balance adjustment layer Create a new layer and use the Brush to create the lighting Change the Fill to 0% and add Color Overlay Enter color code : 36b5d0 Ctrl + Click on the Model layer thumbnail to make a selection and add layer mask Add text to complete our work. The font I use here is called “Steelfish and Antonio”