Creating a Poster-like Print

A little more serious clip today than the last one.

After my little contest here I received a question from a long time reader/visitor of this blog asking how I did get a print layout like the one for my give-away print of “Where The Rainbows Are At Home“.

Since there’s absolutely nothing secret about this I quickly decided to put together a little screencast to demonstrate what I’ve done there. I once read a tutorial by Scott Kelby on how to do this, but I’m not sure anymore is my workflow the same or different. Either way the credit belongs to him.

I don’t claim this is the best or only way to do, but it’s the way I do it and if you find some crucial errors or have ideas on how create one easier you’re welcome to leave a note in the comments.

I hope you like it and thanks for viewing.

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Sven Seebeck

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4 thoughts on “Creating a Poster-like Print”

  1. Thanks a lot everybody, glad you liked my little video experiment. There's more to come in the future. At least one is in the pipeline. Since I bought the software I should also do something with it 😉
    @Rob: The book started out very nicely. I'm a slow reader though so it will take a while before I have it finished 😉

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