Photoshop - Module 4


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Photoshop - Module 4

  1. 1. Photoshop CS2 Using TextModul 4 : Using TextDuration : 80 minutesObjective: Students will be able to:- 1. Create and manipulate text 2. Place objects on different layers 1
  2. 2. Photoshop CS2 Using Text Using TextDesign text image 1. Start > Program > Adobe Photoshop CS2 2. File > Open > C: Program File / Adobe / Photoshop / Samples / ducky.jpg 3. Duplicate the Background layer as ducky 4. Click Horizontal Type Tools and type DUCK in the middle of image. 2
  3. 3. Photoshop CS2 Using Text5. Rearrange the layers. Drag the ducky layer in between two other layers.6. Delete the Background layer. Rearrange this layer Delete this layer7. Place your cursor between ducky layer and text layer, and then press ALT + Click to insert the image into the text8. Crop the Text1 layer. Use the Rectangular Marquee Tool to select the text. Click menu, Image > Crop. 3
  4. 4. Photoshop CS2 Using Text9. Create another new layer with a suitable background color (etc: cyan blue). Make sure the BG1 layer is situated under the Text1 layer.10. The result should be like this:11. For more interesting, add some effect to the Text1 layer. 1. Double click Text1 layer OR right click > Blending Options. The Layer Style window will give you multiple choices as shown below. 2. Try some of them, click OK. 4
  5. 5. Photoshop CS2 Using Text 12. Finally, merge the layers. Click on menu, Layer > Merge Visible. 13. Save file as textImage.psdFormatting Text 1. Create a new file (600 x 600 pixels) with dark background and light color text. 2. Set the tracking for the selected characters with a bigger number. Set the tracking number to 100 3. Select Type Tool and type the words. 5
  6. 6. Photoshop CS2 Using Text4. Click the menu, Edit > Transform > Scale. Resize the text 3 times bigger than before. · Click Apply5. Next click menu, Image > Rotate Canvas > 1800. The result should be like this:6. Click menu, Filter > Distort > Polar Coordinates · Click OK. 6
  7. 7. Photoshop CS2 Using Text· The Polar Coordinates window appears, select Rectangular to Polar. Click OK.· Let s check the result :· To read the text from left to right screen, click the menu, Image > Rotate Canvas > 180 0. 7
  8. 8. Photoshop CS2 Using Text · Let s check the result :7. Give some additional effect for your text · Double click the layer > Layer Style OR right click > Blending Options8. Save file as APCurve.psd 8
  9. 9. Photoshop CS2 Using TextText Effect1. Create a new file.2. Create a new layer as Text Laye r. By using the Horizontal Type Tool, type WINTER SONATA on the screen.3. Click the menu, Select > Load Selection to activate the text. Click OK. 9
  10. 10. Photoshop CS2 Using Text4. Merge the Text Layer and background layer. Click menu, Layer > Merge Down.5. Insert filter on text for some effect like ice. Click menu, Filter > Pixelate > Crystallize . Accept all those specification and click OK. 6. Click menu, Select > Inverse to activate the text. 7. Add some special effect. Click menu, Filter > Noise > Add Noise on the text. Increase the required noise amount on Add Noise window.8. Click the menu, Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur. Radius = 2 pixels. 10
  11. 11. Photoshop CS2 Using Text9. Click menu, Image > Adjustment > Curves for lightning adjustment. 10. Use mouse to click on the straight line to create a curve as shown below:11. To deactivate the text order, click Select > Deselect.12. For better result, change the background color into Black. · Click menu, Image > Adjustment > Invert.13. Click menu, Image > Rotate Canvas > 90o CW.14. Choose Filter > Stylize > Wind. Adjust the requirement depending on you. Click OK.15. When you have finished, click menu, Image > Rotate Canvas > 90o CCW to return the old position. 11
  12. 12. Photoshop CS2 Using Text16. Change to color mode to RGB. Choose Image > Mode > RGB Color17. Choose Image > Adjustments > Hue / Saturation to change the suitable color.18. Final touch is to adjust the required color. Then click OK. The result maybe like this: 12