Comments on: Image inside text http://pstutorialsblog.com/18/image-inside-text/ Daily Photoshop Tutorials, Tips, News and Resources Sun, 03 Dec 2006 21:33:24 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3.2 By: Mary http://pstutorialsblog.com/18/image-inside-text/#comment-717 Mary Wed, 01 Feb 2006 02:14:42 +0000 http://pstutorialsblog.com/?p=18#comment-717 * Have your picture in one layer * Create your text layer, and make sure it is lying underneath your picture layer. * Hold down the Alt key, and hover the mouse over the line between your two layers until your cursor changes to look like two circles (one black, one shaded grey). * Click. Move the image wherever you like, edit the text all you like. * Have your picture in one layer
* Create your text layer, and make sure it is lying underneath your picture layer.
* Hold down the Alt key, and hover the mouse over the line between your two layers until your cursor changes to look like two circles (one black, one shaded grey).
* Click.

Move the image wherever you like, edit the text all you like.

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By: Rain City Geek » Links for 2006-01-26 http://pstutorialsblog.com/18/image-inside-text/#comment-652 Rain City Geek » Links for 2006-01-26 Thu, 26 Jan 2006 15:14:23 +0000 http://pstutorialsblog.com/?p=18#comment-652 [...] Photoshop Tutorials Image inside text (tags: Photoshop Tutorials) January 26th 2006 Posted to del.icio.us [...] [...] Photoshop Tutorials Image inside text (tags: Photoshop Tutorials) January 26th 2006 Posted to del.icio.us [...]

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By: Anne http://pstutorialsblog.com/18/image-inside-text/#comment-513 Anne Fri, 20 Jan 2006 17:14:02 +0000 http://pstutorialsblog.com/?p=18#comment-513 my webbie is not really a website. But I use it for blends and I was wondering how to do this along time ago and it really helps. thanks for the help =) my webbie is not really a website. But I use it for blends and I was wondering how to do this along time ago and it really helps. thanks for the help =)

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By: Rahveedah shah http://pstutorialsblog.com/18/image-inside-text/#comment-301 Rahveedah shah Thu, 29 Dec 2005 15:36:07 +0000 http://pstutorialsblog.com/?p=18#comment-301 hi its really good but i didnt found Create Work Path where iz it can any one defice clearly hi
its really good but i didnt found Create Work Path where iz it can any one defice clearly

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By: hunterseaker http://pstutorialsblog.com/18/image-inside-text/#comment-139 hunterseaker Sun, 04 Dec 2005 11:01:13 +0000 http://pstutorialsblog.com/?p=18#comment-139 newer version of photoshop is the combination cntrl alt G :p newer version of photoshop is the combination cntrl alt G :p

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By: Tim http://pstutorialsblog.com/18/image-inside-text/#comment-92 Tim Wed, 30 Nov 2005 02:11:49 +0000 http://pstutorialsblog.com/?p=18#comment-92 wow i got served...haha wow i got served…haha

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By: Dimitris http://pstutorialsblog.com/18/image-inside-text/#comment-79 Dimitris Sun, 27 Nov 2005 16:25:41 +0000 http://pstutorialsblog.com/?p=18#comment-79 Hi Tim, yes the method you mentioned is probably faster. However as mentioned before, probably the fastest method is to use the "Group with Previous" option. The reason, I use this method described at this tutorial is because it gives me the opportunity to change the fonts easily in order to create custom results and fonts. Perhaps, I didn't explain this enough earlier by giving an example. I will probably expand on that on a future entry. Hi Tim, yes the method you mentioned is probably faster. However as mentioned before, probably the fastest method is to use the “Group with Previous” option.
The reason, I use this method described at this tutorial is because it gives me the opportunity to change the fonts easily in order to create custom results and fonts. Perhaps, I didn’t explain this enough earlier by giving an example. I will probably expand on that on a future entry.

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By: Tim http://pstutorialsblog.com/18/image-inside-text/#comment-78 Tim Sun, 27 Nov 2005 16:02:58 +0000 http://pstutorialsblog.com/?p=18#comment-78 good idea but theres a really simple way to do this: 1. get the picture and type what you want. 2. ctrl-click on the text layer to select it 3. delete the text layer but dont deselect 4. go to your picture layer and move the selection over the area you want in the text 5. select the inverse (the rest of the picture) and delete it i just find that easier... good idea but theres a really simple way to do this:
1. get the picture and type what you want.
2. ctrl-click on the text layer to select it
3. delete the text layer but dont deselect
4. go to your picture layer and move the selection over the area you want in the text
5. select the inverse (the rest of the picture) and delete it

i just find that easier…

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By: Admin http://pstutorialsblog.com/18/image-inside-text/#comment-66 Admin Sat, 26 Nov 2005 11:03:44 +0000 http://pstutorialsblog.com/?p=18#comment-66 Good way to get the effect and more flexible. Good way to get the effect and more flexible.

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By: Syafiq @ Viesta http://pstutorialsblog.com/18/image-inside-text/#comment-47 Syafiq @ Viesta Tue, 22 Nov 2005 02:22:10 +0000 http://pstutorialsblog.com/?p=18#comment-47 I think it is great. Now I can start using this method to make image inside text. Thanks! I think it is great. Now I can start using this method to make image inside text. Thanks!

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