How to Blend Text

 

Layering in Adobe® Photoshop® for Digital Scrapbookers

 

Lesson Info

How to Blend Text

There are so many things that you can blend, you can also blend texts. Um, I have someplace someplace holder text here, it's not real text, but this is based off of a way out. I did, and if you change your blend modes on all of these different texts options, you can see overlay picks up the color underneath it, but it kind of disappears, so if you have that problem, but you really like this effect, you can just duplicate your text and it will bring it back. Um, you can do all sorts of different blends with this screen isn't going to do much on white text color dodge. All of these are lighter. Soft light is going to give you the same kind of effect as overlay on lee even more subtle. So I think that blend mills a really something that if you haven't been playing with them it's now is the time. They're fun and they can really change the way that you scrapbook.

Class Description

Learn how to make your layers lovely in Layering in Adobe® Photoshop® for Digital Scrapbookers! Traci Reed will teach you how to assemble papers, photos, and embellishments so your scrapbook pages look professional and polished, not cluttered.

There are so many fun elements to work with in digital scrapbooking, but making pages that are pleasing to the eye can be a surprisingly difficult task. In this class, Traci will teach you how to use basic Adobe® Photoshop® tools to improve the overall look of your layout. You’ll learn:

  • How to create realistic depth
  • Enhancing using the dodge and burn tool
  • Designing with lighting effects

In Layering in Adobe® Photoshop® for Digital Scrapbookers you’ll learn how to layer from the ground up. Traci will show you how to lay the perfect foundation and how to finish it off with advanced final touches like painting and stitching.

For even more advanced scrapbooking tips check out Shadowing in Photoshop for Digital Scrapbookers & Design Layouts in Photoshop.

Reviews

ChristyWhitehead
 

I'm a photographer. I do a lot of graphic design for my business. I feel like I'm fairly knowledgeable. I saw this class being shown for free on Creative Live one day and it wasn't my first choice to watch, but was the best out of the list... I was wrong. This is a great class. I didn't expect to learn that much and I've been learning a lot! Great info!