In today’s guide, I would like to tell how to stroke the text in Photoshop.
Photoshop layer styles let you easily add shadows, glows, outlines, color overlays, and more. Combining these effects, you can design texts, shapes and other elements in the image. In older versions of Photoshop, you could add only one shadow, only one stroke effect, and this created certain limitations. Today in Photoshop CC, you can apply the same style an infinite number of times, and that is what we will do today.
We will add a double outline to the same text. Let’s find out how to do it. Continue reading
Open the photo (or image) that you will use:
Let’s choose a color. When adding text to the picture, we will use the color from the photo. Open the “Color Picker”, using the “Eyedropper” select a dark tree on the barrel:
Select the Text tool. I am using the compressed Bernard MT Condensed font.
I am going to type “PHOTOSHOP CAFE” and drag the label onto the barrel:
The fastest way to resize text is to press Ctrl-T (or Command T on a Mac), hold down the Shift key, and then stretch the text to fit the barrel proportions: Continue reading