Photoshop: “Combine Photos and Text 2”

Here’s another sample for “Combining Photos and Text”.

Of course I have to do one of my favorite subject “Pope John Paul II”

Step  1:  Open an image or a photo in Photoshop /Duplicate the layer.

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Step  2:  Hit “T” on the menu for Text / Type the text (In this illustration, I did 2 text layers)

2 Text Layers

2 Text Layers

Step 3:  Move the text to your desired position on the image or photo/ Apply a warp text if desired (I used a “curve lower warp” on the first text and “bulge warp” on the second).

Apply warp on text

Apply warp on text

Step 4:  Position the text layer between the 2 photo layers

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Step 5:  Make the original Photo layer invisible. Activate the Text layer. Hold Alt key and the space/line between the upper photo layer and the text layer to join the 2 layers.

Join 2 layers

Join 2 layers

Step 6:  Apply effects on the text layer (fx) . Apply bevel & emboss (experiment how you want your text to look or appear. Hit ok

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Apply fx (Bevel)

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Apply fx (Emboss)

Step 7: Activate the original layer or background and Create a Layer mask 

Activate the Original Layer

Activate the Original Layer

Step 8:  Experiment with different effects. Do this on the Layer

Effects on the original layer

Effects on the original layer

Step 9:  In this image, I decided to apply Color balance and Hue& Saturation Adjustments.

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Step 10:  Save the image if you are satisfied with the result.

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Have a nice day and God Bless!

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