Corey creates a dramatic movie poster effect using composite images inside a silhouette.

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  1. Ashley 9 January, 2009 at 14:30 Reply

    i’ve been watching some of your tutorials recently & their awesome. your great at explaining things & the things you teach are really useful. this tutorial is really cool & different. thanks

  2. D Walter 9 January, 2009 at 14:57 Reply

    Another excellent tutorial. I am always at aw on how much you can do in photoshop when you have a good teacher like you. This tutorial is just what I have been looking for, for my latest project. Thanks again for your creative genius.

  3. Dean Christmas 12 January, 2009 at 07:19 Reply

    The tutorial are brilliant, and really easy to understand how simple steps can make any image look better.
    The only thing that would help is the web links to the images used in each tutorial to practice on. so you can follow the tutorial step by step.

  4. dayoobrown aka McBROWN 13 January, 2009 at 02:20 Reply

    All i can say is wahoooooooo! i can’t believe this will happen in photoshop cos i olny believe in coreldraw when it comes to intensive fill in to part but now i believe in power of photoshop i will tell the story to all my friends in nigeria, i found the real magicsian on planet photoshop site,
    Keep it up you are doing a great job.

  5. Rohit Paliwal 29 January, 2009 at 08:36 Reply

    Apart from the fantastic quality of your work, its also very easy to learn upon !

    And that’s the best part for me ..

    Thanks

  6. jack ostro 19 March, 2009 at 16:38 Reply

    Corey,you are a generous and good person really simplifying your knowledge to teach all the people,and having fun as well,thanks allot for being here.

  7. Robin Monaco 10 April, 2009 at 09:09 Reply

    Hi Corey
    This is a good sample of a silhouette. Could you please send me the picture or jpg of the dove? I have pictures of movie stars, but not a dove. When I use a dove from the internet this lesson doesn’t work.
    Sincerely,
    Robin Monaco
    Graphic Art Instructor
    Center for Technical Education

  8. SAJID 13 April, 2009 at 09:56 Reply

    SOME GREAT WORK. MAN U ARE A GENIUS, YOU EXPLAIN EACH AND EVERY POINT IN YOUR ALL VIDEO. I HAVE FOLLOWED UR WORK AND MADE SOME PIC OF MY SELF. IF I COULD, I WILL SEND MY PIC SO THAT YOU CAN JUD MY WORK.

  9. John 16 August, 2009 at 08:15 Reply

    Hi,

    working through your awesome tutorials, I’ve stumbled upon one problem I cannot solve: Trying to apply the gradients as described, to soften the image, only the last gradient I apply sticks, canceling out the previous…this way, in my mask I see only one gradient applied, not multiple as it should be?
    What am I doing wrong? (I’m on PS 7). Your input would be greatly appreciated!! Many thanks for your great work!
    John

  10. Fatlindd 26 August, 2009 at 10:26 Reply

    Mr. Corey thank you so much for ur great tutorials.
    i don’t understand something on this video, u say now i’m gonna press shift ( leed ), u know when u fill the pic. 50% gray

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