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  • 1. I got this blueprintbackground from Google,saved it as a picture andopened it up on Photoshopelements 10
  • 2. This was my original end poster product,however I felt that the two left actors weretoo dark to see their faces clearly unlikethe two actors on the right.
  • 3. …So I decided that the best thing to do would be to adjust thelighting of my images, however I had to delete the two imagesbecause they could not be edited on further, without being simplifiedfirst, so It wouldn’t have allowed me to remove the dark lighting inthe first place.
  • 4. Firstly I went back to one of my original shots in myphoto gallery and opened the photo on Photoshop
  • 5. Next I used the quick selection tool toremove the background and the rest ofthe models that were in the originalimage, most importantly to refine theedges of my main image.
  • 6. Then I duplicated this imageand placed it onto my filmposter file
  • 7. The proceeding steps was arepetition of the previous processwith my second image/model.
  • 8. Next I adjusted the brightnessand contrast of both the actors atequal settings, so that thematched the brightness of theactors on the opposite side.Finally I decided to replicate this action onto my mainactress in the middle, as I noticed that throughediting the brightness of the rest of the cast, shelooked dull and dim in comparison to the rest of theimages on my poster.