With this tutorial, Corey boldly tries to re-create the film poster of the new Star Trek movie, which is warping into theaters this Friday.

 

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  1. Dave W. 8 May, 2009 at 11:09 Reply

    Cory:
    As usual you have taught me and all others another lesson. You are a master at photoshop and have the greatness to teach others. Keep being the great person that God made you

  2. Rogier 8 May, 2009 at 11:10 Reply

    W00t first comment 🙂

    Awesome dude! Maybe you got something we can do with those lines inbetween the 3 images? Because that looks quite strange now 😛

  3. Alex 9 May, 2009 at 23:40 Reply

    where can I get the path? or can I download it? your tutorials are very cool but always there is something that I can get it at all and I cannot finish it 🙁 Im not from usa but i can understand almost everything altough you speak very very fast, thanks for share yout knowladge 🙂

  4. Claudia Miranda 21 May, 2009 at 20:24 Reply

    Cory:

    I love your tutorials!!, you are my favorite from the photoshop guys, I want to ask youa favor… I think I accidentally threw away an issue of layers magazine with one of your tutorials, the tutorial was a movie poster effect also that had a silhouette of a girl and beams of light in the back so she looked all black with the splendor, you wrote “american pop star” as a title, I hope you can re create it here so that I can have it back…

    Thanks

  5. Felix 28 May, 2009 at 09:02 Reply

    This is great. i look forward to being a photoshop guru like you. sometimes i think like when will i get to this level. Thank you soo much for sharing your knowledge with us.

    Much Love.

  6. Roberto 19 June, 2009 at 23:57 Reply

    HI CORY, HOW ARE YOU? MY QUESTION’S: HOW TO CREATE A TEXT ONE TIME TO BE APPLY OR INPRINTED ON 1000 PHOTOS. THE IDEA IS, AN EXAMPLE: YOU HAVE THIS MESSAGE; “5TH ANIVESSARY OF RED BULL CLUB” TO BE INPRITED ON 5000 PHOTOS, BUT NOT TO DO IT ONE BY ONE…!!!

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