I am working on a poster for my college’s alumni poster show. What do you think of the one I made so far? What things should I add or do to it?
Check out this “Love is Sweet” chalkboard sign I designed in Photoshop for a friend’s wedding. (The candy bar picture is not mine
I absolutely love all the tutorials by Nataliya Dolotko She makes everything so easy to follow.
If you have illustrator, I recommend you try out this tutorial of hers. Super cute and fun!
Here’s my version:
Check out this Photoshop tutorial that I found pretty awesome. I added my own things to it but the beauty of this tutorial, you can adjust everything to make it original and your own.
After all the steps, I added this background below the bokeh layer and put it on Hard Light at 50%
Once you do that, I added a contrast and brightness adjustment layer to the very top. The values I used are -47 for brightness and 53 for contrast.
You can adjust anything on here but this is my result:
As I was lingering into college, I had no idea what I wanted to major in. As I started dabbling in core classes, it hit me I wanted to be a photographer. That didn’t pan out but I still enjoy taking photos of anything and everything that amuses me. Like my new chucks that are my favorite color.
Absolutely love this branding and design of The Secret Garden Inn, in Cape Cod. The vintage look and every detail from the postcards, business cards and colored edges, make you want to stay there even more.