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Create The Sons of Anarchy Poster in Photoshop

Oct 15

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Creating a Poster in Photoshop

Today we take a great image from our contest winner Angelo, and turn it into a graphic poster. We chose the Sons of Anarchy because of the simple design and the fact that the main element is a person on a dark motorcycle. To be honest I have never seen the show and don’t even know if it sucks, but the poster is great.

This Week’s Contest

Each week we have a new contest on Phlearn, and we are very excited to announce this week’s theme. Window Light. Submit your best photo shot in window light in a comment below for a chance to win a Phlearn PRO of your choice and have your image edited on Phlearn.

So many people said they love shooting in natural light, and now is the perfect time to show it off!

Make sure to become part of the Phlearn Family on Facebook, conversate with us on Twitter, and #hashtag your Phlearn inspirations on Instagram. We want to know what the Phlearn community social chatter is about, and who is sharing it. You all keep us motivated to do our best.

Contest Guidelines:

How to Enter
Simply add your image to a comment below. Please only submit one image each week. You're submitting images to be edited, so don't do too much Photoshop beforehand. We want to teach not just how, but why edits are being made.

How to Win
The person who best exemplifies the contest theme will be the winner. If two entries are close, the amount of likes, comments, and a great description will be the deciding factor. Winners are chosen by the Phlearn team.

Legal
By submitting images, you give Phlearn LLC the right to digitally alter your image and display on Phlearn.com, and use your image and any resulting derivatives to promote Phlearn.com. We reserve the right to change the rules whenever we want.

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  • Mark boucher

    awesome episode!

  • Omar Perea

    Well, this isn’t an image of “someone,” but of “something.” It was photographed next to a large, tile looking glass window. I’m not sure what I would like to see done, but I feel like it’s missing that extra ‘WOW factor” that Aaron is so amazing at!

  • Omar Perea

    Well, this isn’t an image of “someone” but of “something.” I photographed it next to a large, tile glass window in my bathroom. I’m not sure what i would like to see done to it, but it feels like it’s missing that “WOW factor” that Aaron is so amazing at!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Vick-Doultani/100003108288611 Vick Doultani

    Shot this against the window.

  • http://www.facebook.com/johnnyviscidous Johnny Viscidous Cancrena

    time to photograph a lot of textures, i suppose!!

  • AngeloDau

    Amazed to see Aaron working on my photo, thanks!!!! :D

  • AngeloDau

    there’re a lot already done (well done) by Aaron, just check ;)

  • http://www.facebook.com/anantpal Anantpal Singh Saluja

    Here’s my submission to this week’s contest. Cheers!

  • http://www.facebook.com/tom.simone Tom Simone

     Here’s a picture of a couple’s dog that I shot at a wedding recently. I figure there’s probably quite a lot that could be done to tidy it up and make it stronger. Thanks, Tom.

  • http://www.rossfergusonphotography.com/ Rossfergusonphotography

    Shoot with a gorgeous dancer from this weekend. Lots to be done as I was unable to get the angle right to avoid shooting the buildings below and the reflection in the window. Would love to see what you can do with it! Thanks, Ross

  • rossfergusonphotography

    Sorry – don’t think the photo uploaded before…

  • http://www.facebook.com/johnnyviscidous Johnny Viscidous Cancrena

    i prefer to have always my own material

  • prutatol

    Hope you like it….I know I do. Cheers all

  • http://www.facebook.com/johnnyviscidous Johnny Viscidous Cancrena

    i photoshopped it a bit, the lighten arm was too hairy. still don’t know how to fix the overexposure

  • http://www.macamoni.com/ Urquhart

    My Submission to this week’s contest, a shot of my nephew. I had another one but had already edited it into a BW so wasn’t much left to do to it.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/freeflyer09/ Rubén Chase

    This is my submission! A photo from a few weeks ago

    In flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/freeflyer09/7745549580/in/photostream/

  • Claudio Lacerda

    It will be a pleasure have u just looking at my image. 
    Hope i win, but if i’m not just happy to collaborate and see learn watching the tutorial. 
    Did this picture with a model friend of mine. Just used the window light coming through a big window behind her. Cheers. 

  • Bo Lelewel

    shot with window light only… http://500px.com/photo/8418810

  • MichaelSantini

    Here’s my submission for “window light”

  • Brandon

    This was an image I had the PRIVILEGE of shooting for a wonderful model, Ms. Erika Chase! I know she has such a bright future in this industry, and it would mean the world to her to find out she won a contest to have her image uniquely edited image by someone as respected in the business as yourself. I wish you all had met her in person so you could experience her bright, jubilant, spunky personality. Selfless, unlike any other person I’ve ever met. Something like this would mean the world to her. I’m attaching the RAW image we shot some months ago for this week’s contest. I really hope it catches your eye.

  • Brandon

    Raw image wouldn’t upload (too large). So here’s the jpeg sized down to the file size requirements.

  • http://www.facebook.com/shantel.rich Shantel Crawford Rich

    This shot has warm side lighting from a rear window with sun and front lighting from an open door.  While I like the warmth that the rear lighting brings to the photo…I can’t quite get her skin color balanced (too much red) to make it look “correct” and would love to see how you tackle something like this.   I have the RAW as well if you want to start with that.  
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/50654887@N08/7959535656/

  • Lauren Bates

    My Submission to this week’s contest, I only ever use natural light (mainly because I can’t afford lighting equipment! :) )
     

  • Lauren Bates

    My Submission to this week’s contest, I only ever use natural light (mainly because I can’t afford lighting equipment! :) )
     

  • http://www.facebook.com/carolyn.arredondo.7 Carolyn Arredondo

     My  submission to this week’s contest is a self-portrait photo shot  from window light though blinds to capture a more distinct pattern of line/strips to another object.  This photography’s light was not enhanced or edited in Photoshop.  However, I did combined a couple of similar photographs to create such double/triple exposure. I hope this is a great example of window light with a twist! ^^

  • Trampa

    greetings from Ireland!

  • http://twitter.com/sapiosexual1 sapiosexual

    between 2 windows

  • http://twitter.com/sapiosexual1 sapiosexual

    between 2 windows

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/53696859@N07/ Annamaria Kowalsky

    Here’s my submission to this week’s contest. I shot it at the airport in Barcelona.

  • rewoodhouse

    Love Natural light!

  • rewoodhouse

    Love natural light!

  • rewoodhouse

     p.s. I think Disqus is mad at me…

  • http://www.facebook.com/tom.simone Tom Simone

     good one

  • http://twitter.com/KAN_NET Gabriele

    Here’s my submission for this week’s contest. I wanted to do something outside the schemes, so I decided to try my first composit to practice what I’ve learnt from your and others’ tutorials. This made me realize that there’s a fair distance between theory and application. :D
    I’m not very happy with the result, but this is the better I can do now. I will surely develop this idea much better as my skills will grow.
    Of course the original photos have all been shot in window light.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/TCLV4U4AAFXKIHDBL3CKQWC6N4 Mark

    My attempt this week….a picture I took of my sister-in-law at her wedding just before sitting down to the reception.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/ZZPUCFNZJQYH6FGLBLBABGGPTU Lowell

    This is my first submission to Phlearn!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/ZZPUCFNZJQYH6FGLBLBABGGPTU Lowell

    This is my first submission to Phlearn!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/ZZPUCFNZJQYH6FGLBLBABGGPTU Lowell

    My submission to this week’s contest. :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/GucluKaplan Güçlü Kaplan

    as you wish :)

  • Carol Clay

    My submission to the contest.

  • Cjclay

    My submission to the contest.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/macrolensfan/ Petter Haugen

    Small portion of light from window. Selfie

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/macrolensfan/ Petter Haugen

    one more try: Small portion of light from window. Selfie

  • Cristian Fraga da Silva

    Friends took a look at the site and liked what I saw, but unfortunately I do not speak English well and not be able to enjoy all your content. I know this is my problem, but I would ask, of course, there are possibilities that put the subtitles because it would help quite a lot of people like me, who enjoyed the site, but without the domain in the mother tongue.
    A big hug and success for the entire team PHLEARN.

    Cristian Fraga – [email protected]

  • Cristian Fraga da Silva
  • govidiu90
  • http://twitter.com/cvstodia Cvstodiaᔅ҉҉҉҉̟༝

    ts a girl who is a student where i work

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