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Film-strip tutorial

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11 comments:

Elfatih said...

Masha'Allah i never thought photo shop is this easy, but it really needs a person who knows how to walk around in the mazes of this amazing software just like you bro, salaams man . . .
more!!!!
more!!!!
more!!!!

ADK said...

jazak ALLAH kheiran for the comment,
yeap it is easy :)
more when I can :D

Victoria said...

I'm new to photoshop...like brand new so I still couldn't figure this out.

anmol said...

I was going through your tutorial (thanks for that by the way) and found that on Step 15 when I try to select the entire filmstrip I get the error "Could not select a layer because the point you clicked on is not inside the vector mask of a visible layer"

anmol said...

Actually I can move the layers after clicking on shape 1 and using Selection tool - however the text layers do not move. Frustrating..:-(

anmol said...

Got it. I used the move tool and Cntl+click the selection of layers. Dont think the Direct Selection tool works the way mentioned.

ADK said...

Hi anmol.
I thing direct selection tool works but anyway...
Did you try to select the vector mask on the layer shape first? After that select points from the shape and I thing you can move them. Maybe you should try this way too. If it's not working your method is good too.

Lindsay said...

sorry, just curious. but what font did you use for your numbers?
Thanks

ADK said...

hmm I can't see now, but I thing I have used Arial or Bell gothic, but not so sure now. I will reply again and will tell you exactly.

Cliff in 3D said...

You can also do this using a 3D model (simple). Using 3D makes it simple to exchange pictures...see this tutorial:
http://3dvia.tv/three-great-uses-for-3dvia-for-photoshop/

ADK said...

Thanks for your comment Cliff. I'll try your plug-in as soon as possible. It looks impressive. Good work. :)