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    This is how we created our Poster using Adobe Photoshop. We experimented with the colours and tools. For example the zoom tool allowed us to look at the image and see errors were we could use Photoshop to change the errors, and make the edges smooth. The crop tool allowed us to get rid of the background attached to some images, which we could then clone onto the poster. Therefore the image looked more professional and effective. This is because when you cropped the background on images you were able to take the image and input it in front of any background you please, which created the outcome intended. Also we realised from testing all sorts of colours for the title of our film that red was the skilled colour to use for our title as it had a representation attached which worked with our genre and it also worked well with the black background on the poster. In conclusion playing around and researching Photoshop allowed us to convey our genre and narrative in our tittle and poster itself.