Learn how to give your text a background of any image you want. It's very simple, but magic!
File -> open
Open your favourite photo or image
(Photo will be opened in a new layer)
Select text tool (available on the left side)
Open character window
(available on the right side, if you don't find select 'Window->character')
Select Arial Black font
Choose 24 as size
Write the text
(Automatically a new layer will be opened for the text)
Now click on the image layer
Right click and select 'duplicate layer'
A new duplicate layer will be opened.
Drag the layer above text layer
Now, click on the duplicate layer
Press and hold Alt key
Move the mouse pointer exactly between duplicate layer and text layer.
The mouse pointer will change as two intersected circle
Click the changed mouse pointer (without releasing the alt key)
That's it. The text will be filled with the image or photo in the upper layer.
Now remove the eye icon for layer 1 (image layer in the bottom)
Now select the text layer and move the text
Select the image layer and move the photo
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Using Lighting filter we can change the lighting effect of any image.
- File -> Open
Select the image you want to change
- Click on Filter->Render->Lighting Effects.
The Lighting Effects window opens
Change only the Light type to 'Omni' let the other settings be the default.
If you wish to, try changing the default values and check out the result effect.
- File -> Save As -> File name (give a new name) -> format (select JPEG)
This will help you to save the image with glow effect.