How to Create a Photo to Art Text Effect Photoshop Action

Post pobrano z: How to Create a Photo to Art Text Effect Photoshop Action

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a Photoshop action to transform a photo to an art text effect. I will explain everything in so much detail that everyone can create it, even those who have just opened Photoshop for the first time.

The photo effect shown above is the one I will show you how to create in this tutorial. If you would like to create the even more advanced typography Photoshop effect shown below, using just a single click and in only a few minutes, then check out my Typography 7 Photoshop Action.

action final result

What You’ll Need

To recreate the design above, you will need the following resources:

1. How to Start Creating an Action

Step 1

First, open the photo that you want to work with. To open your photo, go to File > Open, choose your photo, and click Open. Now, before we get started, just check a couple of things:

  1. Your photo should be in RGB Color mode, 8 Bits/Channel. To check this, go to Image > Mode.
  2. For best results, your photo size should be 2000–4000 px wide/high. To check this, go to Image > Image Size.
  3. Your photo should be the Background layer. If it is not, go to Layer > New > Background from Layer.
checking image mode and size

Step 2

Now go to Window > Actions, and in the Actions panel, click on the menu icon in the top right-hand corner, choose New Set to create a new set, and name it Typography. Then, click on the same menu icon again, choose New Action to create a new action, and name it Typography.

creating new action

2. How to Select the Subject

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create a base that
determines the subject in our photo. Choose the Quick Selection Tool (W) and select the background of the photo. Use the Shift-Alt buttons on your keyboard to add or subtract some areas from the selection. After you’ve made a perfect selection, press Control-Shift-I on your keyboard to invert the selection.

making selection

Step 2

Now go to Select > Modify > Smooth and set the Sample Radius to 5 px. Then, go to Select > Modify > Contract and set Contract By to 2 px. After that, go to Select > Modify > Feather and set the Feather Radius to 2 px as shown below:

modifying-selection

Step 3

Go to Layer > New > Layer to create a new layer and name it Base.

creating new layer

Step 4

Now set the foreground color to any color that you like. Then, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100%.

filling layer

Step 5

Press Control-D on your keyboard to deselect the selection and hide the Base layer. Then, select the Background layer, go to Image > Adjustments > Shadows/Highlights and set the Shadows to 35% and the Highlights to 0%.

adjusting shadows and highlights

Step 6

Now Control-click on the Base layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, press Control-J on your keyboard to create a new layer using the selection and name this new layer Subject_1.

creating new layer

3. How to Create the Background

Step 1

In this section we are going to create the background. Select the Background layer, go to Layer > New Fill Layer > Solid Color to create a new solid color fill layer, name it Background Color, and choose the color #f2f2f2.

creating new fill layer

Step 2

Now Right-click on this layer, choose Blending Options, check Gradient Overlay, and use the settings below:

adding layer style

4. How to Create the Text

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create the text. Hide the Subject_1 layer and choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T). Then, set the font to Montserrat, font style to Black, font size to 80 px, alignment to Center, and color to #000000. In the Character panel, check the All Caps option. After that, click and drag anywhere inside the canvas to create a text box and go to Type > Paste Lorem Ipsum to paste some random text. Feel free to use your own text and font settings.

creating new text layer

Step 2

Now Double-click on this layer thumbnail and transform the Text Box as shown below:

transforming text box

Step 3

Choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T), and click on the end of the paragraph. Go to Type > Paste Lorem Ipsum
and repeat this step until you’ve covered the whole canvas with text. Again,
you can use your own text—just make sure it covers the whole canvas.

adding text

Step 4

Now name this layer Text.

naming layer

5. How to Create the Subject From the Text

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create the subject from the text. Hide the Text layer and select and show the Subject_1 layer. Then, press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer and drag the new layer just below the Subject_1 layer in the Layers panel. Name this layer Subject_2.

duplicating layer

Step 2

Now press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer and drag the new layer just below the Subject_2 layer in the Layers panel. Name this layer Subject_3.

duplicating layer

Step 3

Hide all the layers except the Subject_3 layer. Then, press Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that, go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 4

Now go to Select > Color Range and set Select to Shadows, Fuzziness to 20%, and Range to 65.

making selection

Step 5

Go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 6

Now Control-click on this layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, select the thumbnail of this layer and set the foreground color to #000000. After that, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100% as shown below:

filling layer

Step 7

Press Control-D on your keyboard to deselect the selection. Then, change the Opacity of this layer to 50%.

changing opacity

Step 8

Now hide this layer, and select and show the Subject_2 layer. Then, press Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that, go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 9

Go to Select > Color Range and set Select to Midtones, Fuzziness to 40%, and Range to 105 and 150.

making selection

Step 10

Now go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 11

Now Control-click on the layer thumbnail to make a
selection of this layer. Then, select the thumbnail of this layer and set
the foreground color to #000000. After that, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100% as shown below:

filling layer

Step 12

Change the Opacity of this layer to 10%.

changing opacity

Step 13

Now hide this layer, and select and show the Subject_3 layer. Then, press
Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that,
go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 14

Go to Filter > Other > High Pass and set the Radius to 30 px.

adding high pass filter

Step 15

Now change the Blending Mode of this layer to Hard Light. Then, show the Subject_2, Subject_3, Background Color, and Background layers.

changing blending mode

Step 16

Select the Text layer, and go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal All to add a layer mask that reveals the whole layer. Then, go to Image > Apply Image and use the settings below:

adding layer mask

Step 17

Now press Control-I on your keyboard to invert the layer mask. Then, show the Text layer and hide the Subject_1, Subject_2, and Subject_3 layers.

inverting layer mask

Step 18

Choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T) and click anywhere over the text. Then, press Control-A on your keyboard to select all text and, on the Character panel, set the Leading to 60 and the Tracking to -60.

adjusting character

6. How to Make the Final Adjustments

Step 1

In this section, we are going to make some final adjustments to the design. Select the Background layer and press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate it. Then, drag this new layer just above the Text layer in the Layers panel.

duplicating layer

Step 2

Now Control-click on the Text layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 3

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Color and name it Text Color.

changing blending mode

Step 4

Now press D on your keyboard to reset the swatches. Then, go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Gradient Map to create a new gradient map adjustment layer and name it Overall Contrast.

creating new adjustment layer

Step 5

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Soft Light.

changing blending mode

Step 6

Now press Control-Alt-Shift-E on your keyboard to make a screenshot, and then press Control-Shift-U to desaturate this layer. Then, go to Filter > Other > High Pass and set the Radius to 2 px.

adding high pass filter

Step 7

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Hard Light and name it Overall Sharpening.

changing blending mode

You Made It!

Congratulations, you have
succeeded! You have now learned how to create a typography photo effect Photoshop action to start making amazing Photoshop portrait effects from your photos. Here is our final
result:

final result

If you would like to create the even more advanced typography Photoshop effect
shown below, using just a single click and in only a few minutes, then
check out my Typography 7 Photoshop Action.

With this action, you can create amazing, professional text effects
from your photos with no work at all! Simply fill in your subject with a
color and just play the action. It’s really that simple! The action
will do all the work for you, leaving you fully layered and customizable results that you can further modify.

The text is a fully editable text layer—you can make any changes you want. You can use your own text or change the font, the text color, and much more!

The action comes with a detailed video tutorial that demonstrates how to use the action and customize the results to get the most out of the effect.

action final result

You may also want to check out these tutorials on creating typography dispersion image effects, typography Photoshop portrait actions, a logo with text design, a GTA text effect action, or maybe on creating some other Photoshop text effects, fun filters, Photoshop photo filters, and photo art effects. Here is a good start:

How to Create a Photo to Art Text Effect Photoshop Action

Post pobrano z: How to Create a Photo to Art Text Effect Photoshop Action

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a Photoshop action to transform a photo to an art text effect. I will explain everything in so much detail that everyone can create it, even those who have just opened Photoshop for the first time.

The photo effect shown above is the one I will show you how to create in this tutorial. If you would like to create the even more advanced typography Photoshop effect shown below, using just a single click and in only a few minutes, then check out my Typography 7 Photoshop Action.

action final result

What You’ll Need

To recreate the design above, you will need the following resources:

1. How to Start Creating an Action

Step 1

First, open the photo that you want to work with. To open your photo, go to File > Open, choose your photo, and click Open. Now, before we get started, just check a couple of things:

  1. Your photo should be in RGB Color mode, 8 Bits/Channel. To check this, go to Image > Mode.
  2. For best results, your photo size should be 2000–4000 px wide/high. To check this, go to Image > Image Size.
  3. Your photo should be the Background layer. If it is not, go to Layer > New > Background from Layer.
checking image mode and size

Step 2

Now go to Window > Actions, and in the Actions panel, click on the menu icon in the top right-hand corner, choose New Set to create a new set, and name it Typography. Then, click on the same menu icon again, choose New Action to create a new action, and name it Typography.

creating new action

2. How to Select the Subject

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create a base that
determines the subject in our photo. Choose the Quick Selection Tool (W) and select the background of the photo. Use the Shift-Alt buttons on your keyboard to add or subtract some areas from the selection. After you’ve made a perfect selection, press Control-Shift-I on your keyboard to invert the selection.

making selection

Step 2

Now go to Select > Modify > Smooth and set the Sample Radius to 5 px. Then, go to Select > Modify > Contract and set Contract By to 2 px. After that, go to Select > Modify > Feather and set the Feather Radius to 2 px as shown below:

modifying-selection

Step 3

Go to Layer > New > Layer to create a new layer and name it Base.

creating new layer

Step 4

Now set the foreground color to any color that you like. Then, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100%.

filling layer

Step 5

Press Control-D on your keyboard to deselect the selection and hide the Base layer. Then, select the Background layer, go to Image > Adjustments > Shadows/Highlights and set the Shadows to 35% and the Highlights to 0%.

adjusting shadows and highlights

Step 6

Now Control-click on the Base layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, press Control-J on your keyboard to create a new layer using the selection and name this new layer Subject_1.

creating new layer

3. How to Create the Background

Step 1

In this section we are going to create the background. Select the Background layer, go to Layer > New Fill Layer > Solid Color to create a new solid color fill layer, name it Background Color, and choose the color #f2f2f2.

creating new fill layer

Step 2

Now Right-click on this layer, choose Blending Options, check Gradient Overlay, and use the settings below:

adding layer style

4. How to Create the Text

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create the text. Hide the Subject_1 layer and choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T). Then, set the font to Montserrat, font style to Black, font size to 80 px, alignment to Center, and color to #000000. In the Character panel, check the All Caps option. After that, click and drag anywhere inside the canvas to create a text box and go to Type > Paste Lorem Ipsum to paste some random text. Feel free to use your own text and font settings.

creating new text layer

Step 2

Now Double-click on this layer thumbnail and transform the Text Box as shown below:

transforming text box

Step 3

Choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T), and click on the end of the paragraph. Go to Type > Paste Lorem Ipsum
and repeat this step until you’ve covered the whole canvas with text. Again,
you can use your own text—just make sure it covers the whole canvas.

adding text

Step 4

Now name this layer Text.

naming layer

5. How to Create the Subject From the Text

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create the subject from the text. Hide the Text layer and select and show the Subject_1 layer. Then, press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer and drag the new layer just below the Subject_1 layer in the Layers panel. Name this layer Subject_2.

duplicating layer

Step 2

Now press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer and drag the new layer just below the Subject_2 layer in the Layers panel. Name this layer Subject_3.

duplicating layer

Step 3

Hide all the layers except the Subject_3 layer. Then, press Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that, go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 4

Now go to Select > Color Range and set Select to Shadows, Fuzziness to 20%, and Range to 65.

making selection

Step 5

Go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 6

Now Control-click on this layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, select the thumbnail of this layer and set the foreground color to #000000. After that, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100% as shown below:

filling layer

Step 7

Press Control-D on your keyboard to deselect the selection. Then, change the Opacity of this layer to 50%.

changing opacity

Step 8

Now hide this layer, and select and show the Subject_2 layer. Then, press Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that, go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 9

Go to Select > Color Range and set Select to Midtones, Fuzziness to 40%, and Range to 105 and 150.

making selection

Step 10

Now go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 11

Now Control-click on the layer thumbnail to make a
selection of this layer. Then, select the thumbnail of this layer and set
the foreground color to #000000. After that, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100% as shown below:

filling layer

Step 12

Change the Opacity of this layer to 10%.

changing opacity

Step 13

Now hide this layer, and select and show the Subject_3 layer. Then, press
Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that,
go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 14

Go to Filter > Other > High Pass and set the Radius to 30 px.

adding high pass filter

Step 15

Now change the Blending Mode of this layer to Hard Light. Then, show the Subject_2, Subject_3, Background Color, and Background layers.

changing blending mode

Step 16

Select the Text layer, and go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal All to add a layer mask that reveals the whole layer. Then, go to Image > Apply Image and use the settings below:

adding layer mask

Step 17

Now press Control-I on your keyboard to invert the layer mask. Then, show the Text layer and hide the Subject_1, Subject_2, and Subject_3 layers.

inverting layer mask

Step 18

Choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T) and click anywhere over the text. Then, press Control-A on your keyboard to select all text and, on the Character panel, set the Leading to 60 and the Tracking to -60.

adjusting character

6. How to Make the Final Adjustments

Step 1

In this section, we are going to make some final adjustments to the design. Select the Background layer and press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate it. Then, drag this new layer just above the Text layer in the Layers panel.

duplicating layer

Step 2

Now Control-click on the Text layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 3

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Color and name it Text Color.

changing blending mode

Step 4

Now press D on your keyboard to reset the swatches. Then, go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Gradient Map to create a new gradient map adjustment layer and name it Overall Contrast.

creating new adjustment layer

Step 5

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Soft Light.

changing blending mode

Step 6

Now press Control-Alt-Shift-E on your keyboard to make a screenshot, and then press Control-Shift-U to desaturate this layer. Then, go to Filter > Other > High Pass and set the Radius to 2 px.

adding high pass filter

Step 7

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Hard Light and name it Overall Sharpening.

changing blending mode

You Made It!

Congratulations, you have
succeeded! You have now learned how to create a typography photo effect Photoshop action to start making amazing Photoshop portrait effects from your photos. Here is our final
result:

final result

If you would like to create the even more advanced typography Photoshop effect
shown below, using just a single click and in only a few minutes, then
check out my Typography 7 Photoshop Action.

With this action, you can create amazing, professional text effects
from your photos with no work at all! Simply fill in your subject with a
color and just play the action. It’s really that simple! The action
will do all the work for you, leaving you fully layered and customizable results that you can further modify.

The text is a fully editable text layer—you can make any changes you want. You can use your own text or change the font, the text color, and much more!

The action comes with a detailed video tutorial that demonstrates how to use the action and customize the results to get the most out of the effect.

action final result

You may also want to check out these tutorials on creating typography dispersion image effects, typography Photoshop portrait actions, a logo with text design, a GTA text effect action, or maybe on creating some other Photoshop text effects, fun filters, Photoshop photo filters, and photo art effects. Here is a good start:

How to Create a Photo to Art Text Effect Photoshop Action

Post pobrano z: How to Create a Photo to Art Text Effect Photoshop Action

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a Photoshop action to transform a photo to an art text effect. I will explain everything in so much detail that everyone can create it, even those who have just opened Photoshop for the first time.

The photo effect shown above is the one I will show you how to create in this tutorial. If you would like to create the even more advanced typography Photoshop effect shown below, using just a single click and in only a few minutes, then check out my Typography 7 Photoshop Action.

action final result

What You’ll Need

To recreate the design above, you will need the following resources:

1. How to Start Creating an Action

Step 1

First, open the photo that you want to work with. To open your photo, go to File > Open, choose your photo, and click Open. Now, before we get started, just check a couple of things:

  1. Your photo should be in RGB Color mode, 8 Bits/Channel. To check this, go to Image > Mode.
  2. For best results, your photo size should be 2000–4000 px wide/high. To check this, go to Image > Image Size.
  3. Your photo should be the Background layer. If it is not, go to Layer > New > Background from Layer.
checking image mode and size

Step 2

Now go to Window > Actions, and in the Actions panel, click on the menu icon in the top right-hand corner, choose New Set to create a new set, and name it Typography. Then, click on the same menu icon again, choose New Action to create a new action, and name it Typography.

creating new action

2. How to Select the Subject

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create a base that
determines the subject in our photo. Choose the Quick Selection Tool (W) and select the background of the photo. Use the Shift-Alt buttons on your keyboard to add or subtract some areas from the selection. After you’ve made a perfect selection, press Control-Shift-I on your keyboard to invert the selection.

making selection

Step 2

Now go to Select > Modify > Smooth and set the Sample Radius to 5 px. Then, go to Select > Modify > Contract and set Contract By to 2 px. After that, go to Select > Modify > Feather and set the Feather Radius to 2 px as shown below:

modifying-selection

Step 3

Go to Layer > New > Layer to create a new layer and name it Base.

creating new layer

Step 4

Now set the foreground color to any color that you like. Then, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100%.

filling layer

Step 5

Press Control-D on your keyboard to deselect the selection and hide the Base layer. Then, select the Background layer, go to Image > Adjustments > Shadows/Highlights and set the Shadows to 35% and the Highlights to 0%.

adjusting shadows and highlights

Step 6

Now Control-click on the Base layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, press Control-J on your keyboard to create a new layer using the selection and name this new layer Subject_1.

creating new layer

3. How to Create the Background

Step 1

In this section we are going to create the background. Select the Background layer, go to Layer > New Fill Layer > Solid Color to create a new solid color fill layer, name it Background Color, and choose the color #f2f2f2.

creating new fill layer

Step 2

Now Right-click on this layer, choose Blending Options, check Gradient Overlay, and use the settings below:

adding layer style

4. How to Create the Text

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create the text. Hide the Subject_1 layer and choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T). Then, set the font to Montserrat, font style to Black, font size to 80 px, alignment to Center, and color to #000000. In the Character panel, check the All Caps option. After that, click and drag anywhere inside the canvas to create a text box and go to Type > Paste Lorem Ipsum to paste some random text. Feel free to use your own text and font settings.

creating new text layer

Step 2

Now Double-click on this layer thumbnail and transform the Text Box as shown below:

transforming text box

Step 3

Choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T), and click on the end of the paragraph. Go to Type > Paste Lorem Ipsum
and repeat this step until you’ve covered the whole canvas with text. Again,
you can use your own text—just make sure it covers the whole canvas.

adding text

Step 4

Now name this layer Text.

naming layer

5. How to Create the Subject From the Text

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create the subject from the text. Hide the Text layer and select and show the Subject_1 layer. Then, press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer and drag the new layer just below the Subject_1 layer in the Layers panel. Name this layer Subject_2.

duplicating layer

Step 2

Now press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer and drag the new layer just below the Subject_2 layer in the Layers panel. Name this layer Subject_3.

duplicating layer

Step 3

Hide all the layers except the Subject_3 layer. Then, press Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that, go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 4

Now go to Select > Color Range and set Select to Shadows, Fuzziness to 20%, and Range to 65.

making selection

Step 5

Go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 6

Now Control-click on this layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, select the thumbnail of this layer and set the foreground color to #000000. After that, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100% as shown below:

filling layer

Step 7

Press Control-D on your keyboard to deselect the selection. Then, change the Opacity of this layer to 50%.

changing opacity

Step 8

Now hide this layer, and select and show the Subject_2 layer. Then, press Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that, go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 9

Go to Select > Color Range and set Select to Midtones, Fuzziness to 40%, and Range to 105 and 150.

making selection

Step 10

Now go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 11

Now Control-click on the layer thumbnail to make a
selection of this layer. Then, select the thumbnail of this layer and set
the foreground color to #000000. After that, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100% as shown below:

filling layer

Step 12

Change the Opacity of this layer to 10%.

changing opacity

Step 13

Now hide this layer, and select and show the Subject_3 layer. Then, press
Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that,
go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 14

Go to Filter > Other > High Pass and set the Radius to 30 px.

adding high pass filter

Step 15

Now change the Blending Mode of this layer to Hard Light. Then, show the Subject_2, Subject_3, Background Color, and Background layers.

changing blending mode

Step 16

Select the Text layer, and go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal All to add a layer mask that reveals the whole layer. Then, go to Image > Apply Image and use the settings below:

adding layer mask

Step 17

Now press Control-I on your keyboard to invert the layer mask. Then, show the Text layer and hide the Subject_1, Subject_2, and Subject_3 layers.

inverting layer mask

Step 18

Choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T) and click anywhere over the text. Then, press Control-A on your keyboard to select all text and, on the Character panel, set the Leading to 60 and the Tracking to -60.

adjusting character

6. How to Make the Final Adjustments

Step 1

In this section, we are going to make some final adjustments to the design. Select the Background layer and press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate it. Then, drag this new layer just above the Text layer in the Layers panel.

duplicating layer

Step 2

Now Control-click on the Text layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 3

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Color and name it Text Color.

changing blending mode

Step 4

Now press D on your keyboard to reset the swatches. Then, go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Gradient Map to create a new gradient map adjustment layer and name it Overall Contrast.

creating new adjustment layer

Step 5

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Soft Light.

changing blending mode

Step 6

Now press Control-Alt-Shift-E on your keyboard to make a screenshot, and then press Control-Shift-U to desaturate this layer. Then, go to Filter > Other > High Pass and set the Radius to 2 px.

adding high pass filter

Step 7

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Hard Light and name it Overall Sharpening.

changing blending mode

You Made It!

Congratulations, you have
succeeded! You have now learned how to create a typography photo effect Photoshop action to start making amazing Photoshop portrait effects from your photos. Here is our final
result:

final result

If you would like to create the even more advanced typography Photoshop effect
shown below, using just a single click and in only a few minutes, then
check out my Typography 7 Photoshop Action.

With this action, you can create amazing, professional text effects
from your photos with no work at all! Simply fill in your subject with a
color and just play the action. It’s really that simple! The action
will do all the work for you, leaving you fully layered and customizable results that you can further modify.

The text is a fully editable text layer—you can make any changes you want. You can use your own text or change the font, the text color, and much more!

The action comes with a detailed video tutorial that demonstrates how to use the action and customize the results to get the most out of the effect.

action final result

You may also want to check out these tutorials on creating typography dispersion image effects, typography Photoshop portrait actions, a logo with text design, a GTA text effect action, or maybe on creating some other Photoshop text effects, fun filters, Photoshop photo filters, and photo art effects. Here is a good start:

How to Create a Photo to Art Text Effect Photoshop Action

Post pobrano z: How to Create a Photo to Art Text Effect Photoshop Action

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a Photoshop action to transform a photo to an art text effect. I will explain everything in so much detail that everyone can create it, even those who have just opened Photoshop for the first time.

The photo effect shown above is the one I will show you how to create in this tutorial. If you would like to create the even more advanced typography Photoshop effect shown below, using just a single click and in only a few minutes, then check out my Typography 7 Photoshop Action.

action final result

What You’ll Need

To recreate the design above, you will need the following resources:

1. How to Start Creating an Action

Step 1

First, open the photo that you want to work with. To open your photo, go to File > Open, choose your photo, and click Open. Now, before we get started, just check a couple of things:

  1. Your photo should be in RGB Color mode, 8 Bits/Channel. To check this, go to Image > Mode.
  2. For best results, your photo size should be 2000–4000 px wide/high. To check this, go to Image > Image Size.
  3. Your photo should be the Background layer. If it is not, go to Layer > New > Background from Layer.
checking image mode and size

Step 2

Now go to Window > Actions, and in the Actions panel, click on the menu icon in the top right-hand corner, choose New Set to create a new set, and name it Typography. Then, click on the same menu icon again, choose New Action to create a new action, and name it Typography.

creating new action

2. How to Select the Subject

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create a base that
determines the subject in our photo. Choose the Quick Selection Tool (W) and select the background of the photo. Use the Shift-Alt buttons on your keyboard to add or subtract some areas from the selection. After you’ve made a perfect selection, press Control-Shift-I on your keyboard to invert the selection.

making selection

Step 2

Now go to Select > Modify > Smooth and set the Sample Radius to 5 px. Then, go to Select > Modify > Contract and set Contract By to 2 px. After that, go to Select > Modify > Feather and set the Feather Radius to 2 px as shown below:

modifying-selection

Step 3

Go to Layer > New > Layer to create a new layer and name it Base.

creating new layer

Step 4

Now set the foreground color to any color that you like. Then, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100%.

filling layer

Step 5

Press Control-D on your keyboard to deselect the selection and hide the Base layer. Then, select the Background layer, go to Image > Adjustments > Shadows/Highlights and set the Shadows to 35% and the Highlights to 0%.

adjusting shadows and highlights

Step 6

Now Control-click on the Base layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, press Control-J on your keyboard to create a new layer using the selection and name this new layer Subject_1.

creating new layer

3. How to Create the Background

Step 1

In this section we are going to create the background. Select the Background layer, go to Layer > New Fill Layer > Solid Color to create a new solid color fill layer, name it Background Color, and choose the color #f2f2f2.

creating new fill layer

Step 2

Now Right-click on this layer, choose Blending Options, check Gradient Overlay, and use the settings below:

adding layer style

4. How to Create the Text

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create the text. Hide the Subject_1 layer and choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T). Then, set the font to Montserrat, font style to Black, font size to 80 px, alignment to Center, and color to #000000. In the Character panel, check the All Caps option. After that, click and drag anywhere inside the canvas to create a text box and go to Type > Paste Lorem Ipsum to paste some random text. Feel free to use your own text and font settings.

creating new text layer

Step 2

Now Double-click on this layer thumbnail and transform the Text Box as shown below:

transforming text box

Step 3

Choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T), and click on the end of the paragraph. Go to Type > Paste Lorem Ipsum
and repeat this step until you’ve covered the whole canvas with text. Again,
you can use your own text—just make sure it covers the whole canvas.

adding text

Step 4

Now name this layer Text.

naming layer

5. How to Create the Subject From the Text

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create the subject from the text. Hide the Text layer and select and show the Subject_1 layer. Then, press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer and drag the new layer just below the Subject_1 layer in the Layers panel. Name this layer Subject_2.

duplicating layer

Step 2

Now press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer and drag the new layer just below the Subject_2 layer in the Layers panel. Name this layer Subject_3.

duplicating layer

Step 3

Hide all the layers except the Subject_3 layer. Then, press Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that, go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 4

Now go to Select > Color Range and set Select to Shadows, Fuzziness to 20%, and Range to 65.

making selection

Step 5

Go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 6

Now Control-click on this layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, select the thumbnail of this layer and set the foreground color to #000000. After that, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100% as shown below:

filling layer

Step 7

Press Control-D on your keyboard to deselect the selection. Then, change the Opacity of this layer to 50%.

changing opacity

Step 8

Now hide this layer, and select and show the Subject_2 layer. Then, press Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that, go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 9

Go to Select > Color Range and set Select to Midtones, Fuzziness to 40%, and Range to 105 and 150.

making selection

Step 10

Now go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 11

Now Control-click on the layer thumbnail to make a
selection of this layer. Then, select the thumbnail of this layer and set
the foreground color to #000000. After that, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100% as shown below:

filling layer

Step 12

Change the Opacity of this layer to 10%.

changing opacity

Step 13

Now hide this layer, and select and show the Subject_3 layer. Then, press
Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that,
go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 14

Go to Filter > Other > High Pass and set the Radius to 30 px.

adding high pass filter

Step 15

Now change the Blending Mode of this layer to Hard Light. Then, show the Subject_2, Subject_3, Background Color, and Background layers.

changing blending mode

Step 16

Select the Text layer, and go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal All to add a layer mask that reveals the whole layer. Then, go to Image > Apply Image and use the settings below:

adding layer mask

Step 17

Now press Control-I on your keyboard to invert the layer mask. Then, show the Text layer and hide the Subject_1, Subject_2, and Subject_3 layers.

inverting layer mask

Step 18

Choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T) and click anywhere over the text. Then, press Control-A on your keyboard to select all text and, on the Character panel, set the Leading to 60 and the Tracking to -60.

adjusting character

6. How to Make the Final Adjustments

Step 1

In this section, we are going to make some final adjustments to the design. Select the Background layer and press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate it. Then, drag this new layer just above the Text layer in the Layers panel.

duplicating layer

Step 2

Now Control-click on the Text layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 3

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Color and name it Text Color.

changing blending mode

Step 4

Now press D on your keyboard to reset the swatches. Then, go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Gradient Map to create a new gradient map adjustment layer and name it Overall Contrast.

creating new adjustment layer

Step 5

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Soft Light.

changing blending mode

Step 6

Now press Control-Alt-Shift-E on your keyboard to make a screenshot, and then press Control-Shift-U to desaturate this layer. Then, go to Filter > Other > High Pass and set the Radius to 2 px.

adding high pass filter

Step 7

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Hard Light and name it Overall Sharpening.

changing blending mode

You Made It!

Congratulations, you have
succeeded! You have now learned how to create a typography photo effect Photoshop action to start making amazing Photoshop portrait effects from your photos. Here is our final
result:

final result

If you would like to create the even more advanced typography Photoshop effect
shown below, using just a single click and in only a few minutes, then
check out my Typography 7 Photoshop Action.

With this action, you can create amazing, professional text effects
from your photos with no work at all! Simply fill in your subject with a
color and just play the action. It’s really that simple! The action
will do all the work for you, leaving you fully layered and customizable results that you can further modify.

The text is a fully editable text layer—you can make any changes you want. You can use your own text or change the font, the text color, and much more!

The action comes with a detailed video tutorial that demonstrates how to use the action and customize the results to get the most out of the effect.

action final result

You may also want to check out these tutorials on creating typography dispersion image effects, typography Photoshop portrait actions, a logo with text design, a GTA text effect action, or maybe on creating some other Photoshop text effects, fun filters, Photoshop photo filters, and photo art effects. Here is a good start:

How to Create a Photo to Art Text Effect Photoshop Action

Post pobrano z: How to Create a Photo to Art Text Effect Photoshop Action

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a Photoshop action to transform a photo to an art text effect. I will explain everything in so much detail that everyone can create it, even those who have just opened Photoshop for the first time.

The photo effect shown above is the one I will show you how to create in this tutorial. If you would like to create the even more advanced typography Photoshop effect shown below, using just a single click and in only a few minutes, then check out my Typography 7 Photoshop Action.

action final result

What You’ll Need

To recreate the design above, you will need the following resources:

1. How to Start Creating an Action

Step 1

First, open the photo that you want to work with. To open your photo, go to File > Open, choose your photo, and click Open. Now, before we get started, just check a couple of things:

  1. Your photo should be in RGB Color mode, 8 Bits/Channel. To check this, go to Image > Mode.
  2. For best results, your photo size should be 2000–4000 px wide/high. To check this, go to Image > Image Size.
  3. Your photo should be the Background layer. If it is not, go to Layer > New > Background from Layer.
checking image mode and size

Step 2

Now go to Window > Actions, and in the Actions panel, click on the menu icon in the top right-hand corner, choose New Set to create a new set, and name it Typography. Then, click on the same menu icon again, choose New Action to create a new action, and name it Typography.

creating new action

2. How to Select the Subject

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create a base that
determines the subject in our photo. Choose the Quick Selection Tool (W) and select the background of the photo. Use the Shift-Alt buttons on your keyboard to add or subtract some areas from the selection. After you’ve made a perfect selection, press Control-Shift-I on your keyboard to invert the selection.

making selection

Step 2

Now go to Select > Modify > Smooth and set the Sample Radius to 5 px. Then, go to Select > Modify > Contract and set Contract By to 2 px. After that, go to Select > Modify > Feather and set the Feather Radius to 2 px as shown below:

modifying-selection

Step 3

Go to Layer > New > Layer to create a new layer and name it Base.

creating new layer

Step 4

Now set the foreground color to any color that you like. Then, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100%.

filling layer

Step 5

Press Control-D on your keyboard to deselect the selection and hide the Base layer. Then, select the Background layer, go to Image > Adjustments > Shadows/Highlights and set the Shadows to 35% and the Highlights to 0%.

adjusting shadows and highlights

Step 6

Now Control-click on the Base layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, press Control-J on your keyboard to create a new layer using the selection and name this new layer Subject_1.

creating new layer

3. How to Create the Background

Step 1

In this section we are going to create the background. Select the Background layer, go to Layer > New Fill Layer > Solid Color to create a new solid color fill layer, name it Background Color, and choose the color #f2f2f2.

creating new fill layer

Step 2

Now Right-click on this layer, choose Blending Options, check Gradient Overlay, and use the settings below:

adding layer style

4. How to Create the Text

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create the text. Hide the Subject_1 layer and choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T). Then, set the font to Montserrat, font style to Black, font size to 80 px, alignment to Center, and color to #000000. In the Character panel, check the All Caps option. After that, click and drag anywhere inside the canvas to create a text box and go to Type > Paste Lorem Ipsum to paste some random text. Feel free to use your own text and font settings.

creating new text layer

Step 2

Now Double-click on this layer thumbnail and transform the Text Box as shown below:

transforming text box

Step 3

Choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T), and click on the end of the paragraph. Go to Type > Paste Lorem Ipsum
and repeat this step until you’ve covered the whole canvas with text. Again,
you can use your own text—just make sure it covers the whole canvas.

adding text

Step 4

Now name this layer Text.

naming layer

5. How to Create the Subject From the Text

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create the subject from the text. Hide the Text layer and select and show the Subject_1 layer. Then, press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer and drag the new layer just below the Subject_1 layer in the Layers panel. Name this layer Subject_2.

duplicating layer

Step 2

Now press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer and drag the new layer just below the Subject_2 layer in the Layers panel. Name this layer Subject_3.

duplicating layer

Step 3

Hide all the layers except the Subject_3 layer. Then, press Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that, go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 4

Now go to Select > Color Range and set Select to Shadows, Fuzziness to 20%, and Range to 65.

making selection

Step 5

Go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 6

Now Control-click on this layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, select the thumbnail of this layer and set the foreground color to #000000. After that, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100% as shown below:

filling layer

Step 7

Press Control-D on your keyboard to deselect the selection. Then, change the Opacity of this layer to 50%.

changing opacity

Step 8

Now hide this layer, and select and show the Subject_2 layer. Then, press Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that, go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 9

Go to Select > Color Range and set Select to Midtones, Fuzziness to 40%, and Range to 105 and 150.

making selection

Step 10

Now go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 11

Now Control-click on the layer thumbnail to make a
selection of this layer. Then, select the thumbnail of this layer and set
the foreground color to #000000. After that, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100% as shown below:

filling layer

Step 12

Change the Opacity of this layer to 10%.

changing opacity

Step 13

Now hide this layer, and select and show the Subject_3 layer. Then, press
Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that,
go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 14

Go to Filter > Other > High Pass and set the Radius to 30 px.

adding high pass filter

Step 15

Now change the Blending Mode of this layer to Hard Light. Then, show the Subject_2, Subject_3, Background Color, and Background layers.

changing blending mode

Step 16

Select the Text layer, and go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal All to add a layer mask that reveals the whole layer. Then, go to Image > Apply Image and use the settings below:

adding layer mask

Step 17

Now press Control-I on your keyboard to invert the layer mask. Then, show the Text layer and hide the Subject_1, Subject_2, and Subject_3 layers.

inverting layer mask

Step 18

Choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T) and click anywhere over the text. Then, press Control-A on your keyboard to select all text and, on the Character panel, set the Leading to 60 and the Tracking to -60.

adjusting character

6. How to Make the Final Adjustments

Step 1

In this section, we are going to make some final adjustments to the design. Select the Background layer and press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate it. Then, drag this new layer just above the Text layer in the Layers panel.

duplicating layer

Step 2

Now Control-click on the Text layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 3

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Color and name it Text Color.

changing blending mode

Step 4

Now press D on your keyboard to reset the swatches. Then, go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Gradient Map to create a new gradient map adjustment layer and name it Overall Contrast.

creating new adjustment layer

Step 5

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Soft Light.

changing blending mode

Step 6

Now press Control-Alt-Shift-E on your keyboard to make a screenshot, and then press Control-Shift-U to desaturate this layer. Then, go to Filter > Other > High Pass and set the Radius to 2 px.

adding high pass filter

Step 7

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Hard Light and name it Overall Sharpening.

changing blending mode

You Made It!

Congratulations, you have
succeeded! You have now learned how to create a typography photo effect Photoshop action to start making amazing Photoshop portrait effects from your photos. Here is our final
result:

final result

If you would like to create the even more advanced typography Photoshop effect
shown below, using just a single click and in only a few minutes, then
check out my Typography 7 Photoshop Action.

With this action, you can create amazing, professional text effects
from your photos with no work at all! Simply fill in your subject with a
color and just play the action. It’s really that simple! The action
will do all the work for you, leaving you fully layered and customizable results that you can further modify.

The text is a fully editable text layer—you can make any changes you want. You can use your own text or change the font, the text color, and much more!

The action comes with a detailed video tutorial that demonstrates how to use the action and customize the results to get the most out of the effect.

action final result

You may also want to check out these tutorials on creating typography dispersion image effects, typography Photoshop portrait actions, a logo with text design, a GTA text effect action, or maybe on creating some other Photoshop text effects, fun filters, Photoshop photo filters, and photo art effects. Here is a good start:

How to Create a Photo to Art Text Effect Photoshop Action

Post pobrano z: How to Create a Photo to Art Text Effect Photoshop Action

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a Photoshop action to transform a photo to an art text effect. I will explain everything in so much detail that everyone can create it, even those who have just opened Photoshop for the first time.

The photo effect shown above is the one I will show you how to create in this tutorial. If you would like to create the even more advanced typography Photoshop effect shown below, using just a single click and in only a few minutes, then check out my Typography 7 Photoshop Action.

action final result

What You’ll Need

To recreate the design above, you will need the following resources:

1. How to Start Creating an Action

Step 1

First, open the photo that you want to work with. To open your photo, go to File > Open, choose your photo, and click Open. Now, before we get started, just check a couple of things:

  1. Your photo should be in RGB Color mode, 8 Bits/Channel. To check this, go to Image > Mode.
  2. For best results, your photo size should be 2000–4000 px wide/high. To check this, go to Image > Image Size.
  3. Your photo should be the Background layer. If it is not, go to Layer > New > Background from Layer.
checking image mode and size

Step 2

Now go to Window > Actions, and in the Actions panel, click on the menu icon in the top right-hand corner, choose New Set to create a new set, and name it Typography. Then, click on the same menu icon again, choose New Action to create a new action, and name it Typography.

creating new action

2. How to Select the Subject

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create a base that
determines the subject in our photo. Choose the Quick Selection Tool (W) and select the background of the photo. Use the Shift-Alt buttons on your keyboard to add or subtract some areas from the selection. After you’ve made a perfect selection, press Control-Shift-I on your keyboard to invert the selection.

making selection

Step 2

Now go to Select > Modify > Smooth and set the Sample Radius to 5 px. Then, go to Select > Modify > Contract and set Contract By to 2 px. After that, go to Select > Modify > Feather and set the Feather Radius to 2 px as shown below:

modifying-selection

Step 3

Go to Layer > New > Layer to create a new layer and name it Base.

creating new layer

Step 4

Now set the foreground color to any color that you like. Then, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100%.

filling layer

Step 5

Press Control-D on your keyboard to deselect the selection and hide the Base layer. Then, select the Background layer, go to Image > Adjustments > Shadows/Highlights and set the Shadows to 35% and the Highlights to 0%.

adjusting shadows and highlights

Step 6

Now Control-click on the Base layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, press Control-J on your keyboard to create a new layer using the selection and name this new layer Subject_1.

creating new layer

3. How to Create the Background

Step 1

In this section we are going to create the background. Select the Background layer, go to Layer > New Fill Layer > Solid Color to create a new solid color fill layer, name it Background Color, and choose the color #f2f2f2.

creating new fill layer

Step 2

Now Right-click on this layer, choose Blending Options, check Gradient Overlay, and use the settings below:

adding layer style

4. How to Create the Text

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create the text. Hide the Subject_1 layer and choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T). Then, set the font to Montserrat, font style to Black, font size to 80 px, alignment to Center, and color to #000000. In the Character panel, check the All Caps option. After that, click and drag anywhere inside the canvas to create a text box and go to Type > Paste Lorem Ipsum to paste some random text. Feel free to use your own text and font settings.

creating new text layer

Step 2

Now Double-click on this layer thumbnail and transform the Text Box as shown below:

transforming text box

Step 3

Choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T), and click on the end of the paragraph. Go to Type > Paste Lorem Ipsum
and repeat this step until you’ve covered the whole canvas with text. Again,
you can use your own text—just make sure it covers the whole canvas.

adding text

Step 4

Now name this layer Text.

naming layer

5. How to Create the Subject From the Text

Step 1

In this section, we are going to create the subject from the text. Hide the Text layer and select and show the Subject_1 layer. Then, press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer and drag the new layer just below the Subject_1 layer in the Layers panel. Name this layer Subject_2.

duplicating layer

Step 2

Now press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate this layer and drag the new layer just below the Subject_2 layer in the Layers panel. Name this layer Subject_3.

duplicating layer

Step 3

Hide all the layers except the Subject_3 layer. Then, press Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that, go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 4

Now go to Select > Color Range and set Select to Shadows, Fuzziness to 20%, and Range to 65.

making selection

Step 5

Go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 6

Now Control-click on this layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, select the thumbnail of this layer and set the foreground color to #000000. After that, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100% as shown below:

filling layer

Step 7

Press Control-D on your keyboard to deselect the selection. Then, change the Opacity of this layer to 50%.

changing opacity

Step 8

Now hide this layer, and select and show the Subject_2 layer. Then, press Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that, go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 9

Go to Select > Color Range and set Select to Midtones, Fuzziness to 40%, and Range to 105 and 150.

making selection

Step 10

Now go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 11

Now Control-click on the layer thumbnail to make a
selection of this layer. Then, select the thumbnail of this layer and set
the foreground color to #000000. After that, go to Edit > Fill and set Contents to Foreground Color, Mode to Normal, and Opacity to 100% as shown below:

filling layer

Step 12

Change the Opacity of this layer to 10%.

changing opacity

Step 13

Now hide this layer, and select and show the Subject_3 layer. Then, press
Control-Shift-U on your keyboard to desaturate this layer. After that,
go to Image > Auto Tone and then Image > Auto Contrast to make some auto-corrections to the layer’s tone and contrast.

desaturating layer

Step 14

Go to Filter > Other > High Pass and set the Radius to 30 px.

adding high pass filter

Step 15

Now change the Blending Mode of this layer to Hard Light. Then, show the Subject_2, Subject_3, Background Color, and Background layers.

changing blending mode

Step 16

Select the Text layer, and go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal All to add a layer mask that reveals the whole layer. Then, go to Image > Apply Image and use the settings below:

adding layer mask

Step 17

Now press Control-I on your keyboard to invert the layer mask. Then, show the Text layer and hide the Subject_1, Subject_2, and Subject_3 layers.

inverting layer mask

Step 18

Choose the Horizontal Type Tool (T) and click anywhere over the text. Then, press Control-A on your keyboard to select all text and, on the Character panel, set the Leading to 60 and the Tracking to -60.

adjusting character

6. How to Make the Final Adjustments

Step 1

In this section, we are going to make some final adjustments to the design. Select the Background layer and press Control-J on your keyboard to duplicate it. Then, drag this new layer just above the Text layer in the Layers panel.

duplicating layer

Step 2

Now Control-click on the Text layer thumbnail to make a selection of this layer. Then, go to Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection to add a layer mask that reveals the selected area of the layer.

adding layer mask

Step 3

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Color and name it Text Color.

changing blending mode

Step 4

Now press D on your keyboard to reset the swatches. Then, go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Gradient Map to create a new gradient map adjustment layer and name it Overall Contrast.

creating new adjustment layer

Step 5

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Soft Light.

changing blending mode

Step 6

Now press Control-Alt-Shift-E on your keyboard to make a screenshot, and then press Control-Shift-U to desaturate this layer. Then, go to Filter > Other > High Pass and set the Radius to 2 px.

adding high pass filter

Step 7

Change the Blending Mode of this layer to Hard Light and name it Overall Sharpening.

changing blending mode

You Made It!

Congratulations, you have
succeeded! You have now learned how to create a typography photo effect Photoshop action to start making amazing Photoshop portrait effects from your photos. Here is our final
result:

final result

If you would like to create the even more advanced typography Photoshop effect
shown below, using just a single click and in only a few minutes, then
check out my Typography 7 Photoshop Action.

With this action, you can create amazing, professional text effects
from your photos with no work at all! Simply fill in your subject with a
color and just play the action. It’s really that simple! The action
will do all the work for you, leaving you fully layered and customizable results that you can further modify.

The text is a fully editable text layer—you can make any changes you want. You can use your own text or change the font, the text color, and much more!

The action comes with a detailed video tutorial that demonstrates how to use the action and customize the results to get the most out of the effect.

action final result

You may also want to check out these tutorials on creating typography dispersion image effects, typography Photoshop portrait actions, a logo with text design, a GTA text effect action, or maybe on creating some other Photoshop text effects, fun filters, Photoshop photo filters, and photo art effects. Here is a good start:

50 Awesome Photo Effect Tutorials

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Photoshop is clearly our favorite photo editing software. In this article, we have listed 50 best Photoshop tutorial effects that will show you how to perform a wide range of tasks including age progression, Instagram-like effects, lomo effects, and light leaks, as well as vintage and retro effects that you can use to help improve your photo editing workflow. 

If you’re looking for a quick way to make pro photo effects, then browse through our premium Photoshop Photo Effects and Photoshop Actions, which can be purchased on GraphicRiver. There are thousands of creative options to choose from. Or find an expert designer on Envato Studio to customize graphics for you.

Now, let’s take a look at these free photo effect tutorials!

50 Best Photoshop Effects Tutorials


Learn how to do just about anything to your photos. From double exposure effects to cut-outs and so much more, dive into these amazing tutorials created just for you from Envato Tuts+.

10 Premium Photo Effects From Envato Market

The tutorials above cover a wide range of effects you can achieve through practice and persistence. But if you’re short on time, you can always turn to the amazing selection of Photoshop Actions on GraphicRiver and Envato Elements for more awesome photo effects.

Here we have a collection of ten premium Photoshop actions guaranteed to transform your photos in a few short clicks. Enjoy!

25 HDR Photo FX V.2 – Photoshop Action

HDR or High-Dynamic Range photography is an incredible technique that results in powerful imagery. And you can achieve the look of pristine HDR photography with this Photoshop action. Included in this package are 25 adjustable effects, four sharpness levels, and even a starburst generator action as a bonus!

25 HDR Photo FX V2 - Photoshop Action

Realistic Painting Effect V2 – Painting Action

Get artsy with this realistic painting effect. Designed to simulate the look of traditional oil paintings, this set includes three Photoshop actions, fully editable layers, and 15 different color presets. Explore your creative side with just a few simple clicks!

Realistic Painting Effect V2 - Painting Action

90 Premium Actions Set

You can never have enough Photoshop actions! And with this set of amazing premium actions, you can download 90 different looks. This package comes complete with retro-vintage effects, stunning black and white results, and so much more!

90 Premium Actions Set

Cosmic Photoshop Action

Explore the wonders of the universe with this spacey photo effect. With ten incredible color looks included, simply brush over the area you would like to apply the effect and press play. Enjoy this amazing cosmic effect in only a matter of seconds!

Cosmic Photoshop Action

Soft Focus 2 Photoshop Action

Create a legendary photo effect with this soft focus action. It has well-organized layers and simple instructions, and you’ll even find a video tutorial included for additional help. Download this action to gain access to this professional lighting effect.

Soft Focus 2 Photoshop Action

Noire Photoshop Actions Vol 1

Looking for a cinematic photo effect? Well, you can turn your photo into a glamorous movie-style image with this noir-inspired Photoshop action. This package features 12 Photoshop actions along with helpful instructions and fully adjustable effects.

Noire Photoshop Actions Vol 1

Dimension Photoshop Action

Explode your photos into a million pieces with just a few simple clicks! This incredible package includes eight different glass patterns that can be scaled to various sizes, along with ten color options for even more variety.

Dimension Photoshop Action

Matte & Faded Photoshop Actions

Love the look of vintage photography? Explore that matte and faded style with this stunning action set. This set includes 17 amazing Photoshop actions that come in a variety of subdued and faded effects. Get that professional retro look you’ll love in almost no time at all!

Matte  Faded Photoshop Actions

Fury Photoshop Action

If you’re feeling furious then you might want to express it with a powerful Photoshop action. Simply brush over the area where you would like to apply the effect and press play! It’s just that simple! Download this package to gain access to this action and additional instructional materials.

Fury Photoshop Action

Advanced Double Exposure – Photoshop Action

Double exposure photography is a super trendy technique that merges two photos together for an amazing effect. And you can achieve an advanced level of manipulation with this incredible Photoshop action. With 18 color presets included, the effects are outstanding and truly limitless.

Advanced Double Exposure - Photoshop Action

Conclusion

Want to see more photo effects? Browse the incredible collection of Photoshop Actions designed to transform your photos through GraphicRiver and Envato Elements.

And for even more design help, enlist the help of the wonderful folks at Envato Studio to fulfill your photo effect needs!

50 Awesome Photo Effect Tutorials

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Photoshop is clearly our favorite photo editing software. In this article, we have listed 50 best Photoshop tutorial effects that will show you how to perform a wide range of tasks including age progression, Instagram-like effects, lomo effects, and light leaks, as well as vintage and retro effects that you can use to help improve your photo editing workflow. 

If you’re looking for a quick way to make pro photo effects, then browse through our premium Photoshop Photo Effects and Photoshop Actions, which can be purchased on GraphicRiver. There are thousands of creative options to choose from. Or find an expert designer on Envato Studio to customize graphics for you.

Now, let’s take a look at these free photo effect tutorials!

50 Best Photoshop Effects Tutorials


Learn how to do just about anything to your photos. From double exposure effects to cut-outs and so much more, dive into these amazing tutorials created just for you from Envato Tuts+.

10 Premium Photo Effects From Envato Market

The tutorials above cover a wide range of effects you can achieve through practice and persistence. But if you’re short on time, you can always turn to the amazing selection of Photoshop Actions on GraphicRiver and Envato Elements for more awesome photo effects.

Here we have a collection of ten premium Photoshop actions guaranteed to transform your photos in a few short clicks. Enjoy!

25 HDR Photo FX V.2 – Photoshop Action

HDR or High-Dynamic Range photography is an incredible technique that results in powerful imagery. And you can achieve the look of pristine HDR photography with this Photoshop action. Included in this package are 25 adjustable effects, four sharpness levels, and even a starburst generator action as a bonus!

25 HDR Photo FX V2 - Photoshop Action

Realistic Painting Effect V2 – Painting Action

Get artsy with this realistic painting effect. Designed to simulate the look of traditional oil paintings, this set includes three Photoshop actions, fully editable layers, and 15 different color presets. Explore your creative side with just a few simple clicks!

Realistic Painting Effect V2 - Painting Action

90 Premium Actions Set

You can never have enough Photoshop actions! And with this set of amazing premium actions, you can download 90 different looks. This package comes complete with retro-vintage effects, stunning black and white results, and so much more!

90 Premium Actions Set

Cosmic Photoshop Action

Explore the wonders of the universe with this spacey photo effect. With ten incredible color looks included, simply brush over the area you would like to apply the effect and press play. Enjoy this amazing cosmic effect in only a matter of seconds!

Cosmic Photoshop Action

Soft Focus 2 Photoshop Action

Create a legendary photo effect with this soft focus action. It has well-organized layers and simple instructions, and you’ll even find a video tutorial included for additional help. Download this action to gain access to this professional lighting effect.

Soft Focus 2 Photoshop Action

Noire Photoshop Actions Vol 1

Looking for a cinematic photo effect? Well, you can turn your photo into a glamorous movie-style image with this noir-inspired Photoshop action. This package features 12 Photoshop actions along with helpful instructions and fully adjustable effects.

Noire Photoshop Actions Vol 1

Dimension Photoshop Action

Explode your photos into a million pieces with just a few simple clicks! This incredible package includes eight different glass patterns that can be scaled to various sizes, along with ten color options for even more variety.

Dimension Photoshop Action

Matte & Faded Photoshop Actions

Love the look of vintage photography? Explore that matte and faded style with this stunning action set. This set includes 17 amazing Photoshop actions that come in a variety of subdued and faded effects. Get that professional retro look you’ll love in almost no time at all!

Matte  Faded Photoshop Actions

Fury Photoshop Action

If you’re feeling furious then you might want to express it with a powerful Photoshop action. Simply brush over the area where you would like to apply the effect and press play! It’s just that simple! Download this package to gain access to this action and additional instructional materials.

Fury Photoshop Action

Advanced Double Exposure – Photoshop Action

Double exposure photography is a super trendy technique that merges two photos together for an amazing effect. And you can achieve an advanced level of manipulation with this incredible Photoshop action. With 18 color presets included, the effects are outstanding and truly limitless.

Advanced Double Exposure - Photoshop Action

Conclusion

Want to see more photo effects? Browse the incredible collection of Photoshop Actions designed to transform your photos through GraphicRiver and Envato Elements.

And for even more design help, enlist the help of the wonderful folks at Envato Studio to fulfill your photo effect needs!

50 Awesome Photo Effect Tutorials

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Photoshop is clearly our favorite photo editing software. In this article, we have listed 50 best Photoshop tutorial effects that will show you how to perform a wide range of tasks including age progression, Instagram-like effects, lomo effects, and light leaks, as well as vintage and retro effects that you can use to help improve your photo editing workflow. 

If you’re looking for a quick way to make pro photo effects, then browse through our premium Photoshop Photo Effects and Photoshop Actions, which can be purchased on GraphicRiver. There are thousands of creative options to choose from. Or find an expert designer on Envato Studio to customize graphics for you.

Now, let’s take a look at these free photo effect tutorials!

50 Best Photoshop Effects Tutorials


Learn how to do just about anything to your photos. From double exposure effects to cut-outs and so much more, dive into these amazing tutorials created just for you from Envato Tuts+.

10 Premium Photo Effects From Envato Market

The tutorials above cover a wide range of effects you can achieve through practice and persistence. But if you’re short on time, you can always turn to the amazing selection of Photoshop Actions on GraphicRiver and Envato Elements for more awesome photo effects.

Here we have a collection of ten premium Photoshop actions guaranteed to transform your photos in a few short clicks. Enjoy!

25 HDR Photo FX V.2 – Photoshop Action

HDR or High-Dynamic Range photography is an incredible technique that results in powerful imagery. And you can achieve the look of pristine HDR photography with this Photoshop action. Included in this package are 25 adjustable effects, four sharpness levels, and even a starburst generator action as a bonus!

25 HDR Photo FX V2 - Photoshop Action

Realistic Painting Effect V2 – Painting Action

Get artsy with this realistic painting effect. Designed to simulate the look of traditional oil paintings, this set includes three Photoshop actions, fully editable layers, and 15 different color presets. Explore your creative side with just a few simple clicks!

Realistic Painting Effect V2 - Painting Action

90 Premium Actions Set

You can never have enough Photoshop actions! And with this set of amazing premium actions, you can download 90 different looks. This package comes complete with retro-vintage effects, stunning black and white results, and so much more!

90 Premium Actions Set

Cosmic Photoshop Action

Explore the wonders of the universe with this spacey photo effect. With ten incredible color looks included, simply brush over the area you would like to apply the effect and press play. Enjoy this amazing cosmic effect in only a matter of seconds!

Cosmic Photoshop Action

Soft Focus 2 Photoshop Action

Create a legendary photo effect with this soft focus action. It has well-organized layers and simple instructions, and you’ll even find a video tutorial included for additional help. Download this action to gain access to this professional lighting effect.

Soft Focus 2 Photoshop Action

Noire Photoshop Actions Vol 1

Looking for a cinematic photo effect? Well, you can turn your photo into a glamorous movie-style image with this noir-inspired Photoshop action. This package features 12 Photoshop actions along with helpful instructions and fully adjustable effects.

Noire Photoshop Actions Vol 1

Dimension Photoshop Action

Explode your photos into a million pieces with just a few simple clicks! This incredible package includes eight different glass patterns that can be scaled to various sizes, along with ten color options for even more variety.

Dimension Photoshop Action

Matte & Faded Photoshop Actions

Love the look of vintage photography? Explore that matte and faded style with this stunning action set. This set includes 17 amazing Photoshop actions that come in a variety of subdued and faded effects. Get that professional retro look you’ll love in almost no time at all!

Matte  Faded Photoshop Actions

Fury Photoshop Action

If you’re feeling furious then you might want to express it with a powerful Photoshop action. Simply brush over the area where you would like to apply the effect and press play! It’s just that simple! Download this package to gain access to this action and additional instructional materials.

Fury Photoshop Action

Advanced Double Exposure – Photoshop Action

Double exposure photography is a super trendy technique that merges two photos together for an amazing effect. And you can achieve an advanced level of manipulation with this incredible Photoshop action. With 18 color presets included, the effects are outstanding and truly limitless.

Advanced Double Exposure - Photoshop Action

Conclusion

Want to see more photo effects? Browse the incredible collection of Photoshop Actions designed to transform your photos through GraphicRiver and Envato Elements.

And for even more design help, enlist the help of the wonderful folks at Envato Studio to fulfill your photo effect needs!

50 Awesome Photo Effect Tutorials

Post pobrano z: 50 Awesome Photo Effect Tutorials

Photoshop is clearly our favorite photo editing software. In this article, we have listed 50 best Photoshop tutorial effects that will show you how to perform a wide range of tasks including age progression, Instagram-like effects, lomo effects, and light leaks, as well as vintage and retro effects that you can use to help improve your photo editing workflow. 

If you’re looking for a quick way to make pro photo effects, then browse through our premium Photoshop Photo Effects and Photoshop Actions, which can be purchased on GraphicRiver. There are thousands of creative options to choose from. Or find an expert designer on Envato Studio to customize graphics for you.

Now, let’s take a look at these free photo effect tutorials!

50 Best Photoshop Effects Tutorials


Learn how to do just about anything to your photos. From double exposure effects to cut-outs and so much more, dive into these amazing tutorials created just for you from Envato Tuts+.

10 Premium Photo Effects From Envato Market

The tutorials above cover a wide range of effects you can achieve through practice and persistence. But if you’re short on time, you can always turn to the amazing selection of Photoshop Actions on GraphicRiver and Envato Elements for more awesome photo effects.

Here we have a collection of ten premium Photoshop actions guaranteed to transform your photos in a few short clicks. Enjoy!

25 HDR Photo FX V.2 – Photoshop Action

HDR or High-Dynamic Range photography is an incredible technique that results in powerful imagery. And you can achieve the look of pristine HDR photography with this Photoshop action. Included in this package are 25 adjustable effects, four sharpness levels, and even a starburst generator action as a bonus!

25 HDR Photo FX V2 - Photoshop Action

Realistic Painting Effect V2 – Painting Action

Get artsy with this realistic painting effect. Designed to simulate the look of traditional oil paintings, this set includes three Photoshop actions, fully editable layers, and 15 different color presets. Explore your creative side with just a few simple clicks!

Realistic Painting Effect V2 - Painting Action

90 Premium Actions Set

You can never have enough Photoshop actions! And with this set of amazing premium actions, you can download 90 different looks. This package comes complete with retro-vintage effects, stunning black and white results, and so much more!

90 Premium Actions Set

Cosmic Photoshop Action

Explore the wonders of the universe with this spacey photo effect. With ten incredible color looks included, simply brush over the area you would like to apply the effect and press play. Enjoy this amazing cosmic effect in only a matter of seconds!

Cosmic Photoshop Action

Soft Focus 2 Photoshop Action

Create a legendary photo effect with this soft focus action. It has well-organized layers and simple instructions, and you’ll even find a video tutorial included for additional help. Download this action to gain access to this professional lighting effect.

Soft Focus 2 Photoshop Action

Noire Photoshop Actions Vol 1

Looking for a cinematic photo effect? Well, you can turn your photo into a glamorous movie-style image with this noir-inspired Photoshop action. This package features 12 Photoshop actions along with helpful instructions and fully adjustable effects.

Noire Photoshop Actions Vol 1

Dimension Photoshop Action

Explode your photos into a million pieces with just a few simple clicks! This incredible package includes eight different glass patterns that can be scaled to various sizes, along with ten color options for even more variety.

Dimension Photoshop Action

Matte & Faded Photoshop Actions

Love the look of vintage photography? Explore that matte and faded style with this stunning action set. This set includes 17 amazing Photoshop actions that come in a variety of subdued and faded effects. Get that professional retro look you’ll love in almost no time at all!

Matte  Faded Photoshop Actions

Fury Photoshop Action

If you’re feeling furious then you might want to express it with a powerful Photoshop action. Simply brush over the area where you would like to apply the effect and press play! It’s just that simple! Download this package to gain access to this action and additional instructional materials.

Fury Photoshop Action

Advanced Double Exposure – Photoshop Action

Double exposure photography is a super trendy technique that merges two photos together for an amazing effect. And you can achieve an advanced level of manipulation with this incredible Photoshop action. With 18 color presets included, the effects are outstanding and truly limitless.

Advanced Double Exposure - Photoshop Action

Conclusion

Want to see more photo effects? Browse the incredible collection of Photoshop Actions designed to transform your photos through GraphicRiver and Envato Elements.

And for even more design help, enlist the help of the wonderful folks at Envato Studio to fulfill your photo effect needs!