Adding Type and Type Effects in Adobe Photoshop-#3
In this lesson, you will learn how to add basic type to your projects in Adobe Photoshop. We will look at adjusting a font’s family, style, size, color, spacing, and more. We will also learn how to warp our text into different shapes. You will thoroughly understand which aspects of type can be manipulated and adjusted to meet your specific project needs. Finally, we will explore some special effects that can be applied to your type to set a specific mood for your design project.
|1||Adding Basic Type in Adobe Photoshop||1-16|
|2||Applying Type Effects Through the Control Panel||1-34|
|3||Applying Type Effects Through the Character Panel||1-28|
|4||Adding Type Effects Through Layer Styles||1-54|
MODULE 1 • Adding Basic Type in Adobe Photoshop
|1||In the following lesson, you will learn how to add type and type effects in Adobe Photoshop.|
|2||To start, let’s create a new blank document to serve as a background for our type layers.|
|3||Launch the Adobe Photoshop program on your computer. Once it opens, your basic toolbars and palettes should appear around an empty grey screen.|
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