Today I thought I'd share just a few of those. But first I'll share the simple process for anyone new to it, and who might like to make one of their own.
- Usually I start out with the idea first: what do I want to say?
- Next, if I don't already have an image in mind, I'll cruise our archives for one that seems to fit.
- Using a copy (NEVER mess with the original) I run it through Photoshop, cropping as necessary, and then add the text.
- Most of the time, I will finish the edges some way. Sometimes I create the typical black-edged poster look (in that case, do this first, then add the text). Other times, I'll add a "frame" around it.
- I save it in the original PSD format then create a separate image that is a web-sized version, with lower resolution. That's one way for an artist/photographer to be able to share their art, yet not make it easy for thieves out there to swipe it.
Not that there is any guarantee against thieves... if you need a guarantee, then you probably shouldn't be showing your work on the internet, LOL!
Me? I'm at peace with it... I do what I can, then let it go.
So here they are, the posters (can click any to enlarge):
Happy poster making,