Digital Photography Tips: Text Effects

July 05, 2013

Digital Photography Tips: Text Effects

If you do any digital scrapbooking with your photos, you know that Photoshop has a wide assortment of fonts. But sometimes you want something a little different than the standards. That’s where text effect come in.

Text effects apply Photoshop’s layer styles and filters to standard fonts to create something different and, often, very cool!

In the video below, posted on the Tipsquirrel.com site, Gavin Hooey’s, shows us how to create a fun, hand-drafted looking font using the a few later styles and Photoshop filters. It’s fun and easy.

Enjoy!




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