Typography Tutorial – Photoshop CS6

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How to stylize text in Adobe Photoshop – Tutorial for Photoshop CS6

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7 thoughts on “Typography Tutorial – Photoshop CS6

  • November 26, 2021 at 18:28
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    OMG the zoomed mouse is making this tutorial almost impossible to follow.
    Thank you for the tutorial and it looks friggin amazing, but damn it I have had a really hard time because of the constantly moving mouse bubble. It's made me sea sick

  • November 26, 2021 at 18:28
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    Just a tip for tutorials in general, I think that magnifying the mouse area is extremely confusing and I have difficulty seeing what menus you're using because most of it is cut off. To me, it seems unnecessary to have the area around the mouse magnified. If you want users to see where your mouse is, I think a better solution would be to highlight it. I had to rewind this multiple times in frustration because it is very confusing and distracting. It's a good tutorial, and it's extremely helpful, though. 

  • November 26, 2021 at 18:28
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    Thanks so much 😀
    Makes photoshop life a lot more simpler that way lol
    I knew the difference between lighten and darker but never got their differences with the linear and color dodge modes. Will be awaiting for that tutorial. Thanks 😀

  • November 26, 2021 at 18:28
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    One Question:
    What does the blending mode Linear Dodge(Add) do?
    And also, what does linear dodge and color dodge do? And what's the difference between the three?And how are they useful?

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