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Read this thoroughly explained, detailed tutorial and see how to create business poster in Photoshop using some special tips and tricks.
Open any image in Photoshop. You can also save my image below to make this lesson faster.
Click on Filter > Extract (Alt+Ctrl+X), take the Edge Highlighter Tool (B), and select the person which you want to cut. After that take the Fill Tool (G), and click on the area that you have just selected. See the picture below!
Find any image which you like to use as background, or save my image below!
Go back on picture with person, take the Move Tool (V), and using drag and drop technique, move it on background image. See the picture below!
Then, press Shift+Ctrl+U on the keyboard.
Click on Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation, and set the options from the picture below.
Choose Filter > Texture > Grain, and set the options from the picture below.
Select the Lasso Tool (L), for Foreground Color set #1A557F, and select the first person. See the picture below!
After that create a new layer.
Select the Gradient Tool (G), for Foreground, choose Transparent and do like it is shown on the picture below.
Then, press Ctrl+D key to Deselect.
Repeat this steps for all persons.
Insert a new layer, and set it beneath the persons layer.
After that, take the Rectangle Tool (M) and draw a rectangle shape like it is shown on the picture below.
Then, press Alt+Backspace on the keyboard, and after that Ctrl+D to Deselect.
Take the Gradient Tool (G) and set Foreground to Background. After that select the person layer, click on Add layer mask icon, and do like it is shown on the picture below.
After that, select the layer 3, and set the options from the picture below.
Slelect the persons layer and set the options from the picture below.
Select the layer 2 and set the options from the picture below.
Now its time For title. Create a new layer, select the Rectangle Tool (R), and draw a rectangle, like it is shown on the picture below.
Select the Paint Buket Tool (G), and Fill it. After that press Ctrl+D to Deselect. Then, for that layer set Opacity to 42%, take the Horizontal Type Tool, and type some text. Finally, our work looks like this: