Everyone knows what Hollywood movie posters look like, but have you ever sat down and thought through how it's done? In this course, Martin Perhiniak does just that – and takes it even further: He guides you through step-by-step, showing you how to create amazing, pro quality movie posters from scratch using Photoshop!
Martin tackles 10 common movie genres showing you how to create striking, eye-catching posters for each one. From Documentary and Horror right down to Romance and Comedy movies, this course covers it all!
The really great thing about this course is that not only do you get to see the technical details but you also learn the creative design principles and concepts that go into producing high-quality and extremely professional-looking Hollywood-class movie posters!
This course inspires as much as it teaches. By the end, you are raring to go out and try these design tools and principles for yourself.
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moksha wrote on October 14, 2019
Whaouuuuw, that too fassssssst, a little bit slower would have been great....
Dominic wrote on February 5, 2015
The trainer is clearly very talented however; the pace at times was simply too fast. Worth the investment? Definitely as many of the suggestions, workflows and tips are simply fantastic. It is just the pace of the delivery of information at times that was the problem for me.
Mouse movements in the video are so fast at times; it was a struggle to keep up in places.
A great effort is made to zoom into small details to show exactly what is being changed. The length of the videos are also very sensible and work very well. The variety of examples is superb as is the reference material he uses for his lessons. Very useful indeed it must be said.
Overall, I would say it is a superb resource for poster design. Really wide range of posters offered here. However, as a trainer (in the past) myself it is always best to train one speed slower (at least) than you will work at in a professional environment or when working to tight deadlines. A slight reduction in the pace of delivery would have resulted in 5 stars for my rating here.
The speedy almost rushed delivery does affect a too much of the video to be honest. So 3 stars I think is a better reflection of my experience.
Worth the investmentâ€¦yes definitely for the information as one can pause and restart wherever needed but greater care taken with the pace at times would have made the videos much easier to work with. Very good but not great.
Stig Mathisen wrote on June 9, 2014
Excellent course!! Very, very informative!
Mr Taylor wrote on November 24, 2013
The Designing posters with photoshop course was very informative and as a new user to photoshop I have expanded my knowledge of the program as a whole.
Mr Taylor wrote on November 18, 2013
I am only using a slimmed down version of photoshop but I have learn a lot from these tutorials. to take it to the next level.
Mr Taylor wrote on November 12, 2013
Another good tutorial I learned a lot about designing posters in photoshop.
Mr Taylor wrote on November 12, 2013
I learned a lot from the poster creation tutorial with photoshop. And I really liked the speed of instruction. Not to slow or fast.
Graham wrote on November 4, 2013
We need more tutorials like this - covers practical examples quickly and the presenter does a great job of explaining the design process behind his decisions.
Robert wrote on August 29, 2013
Love the concept of this tutorial! Practical and a lot of fun to watch. Picked up a ton of useful tips!