Adding text, bar, and stroke


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Adding text, bar, and stroke

Yet again, here I am in Firefox. In this exercise, we're going to build this graphic right here, complete with tiny little photograph, text bar and stroke. I just want to make sure you know how to put these kinds of graphics together. So I'll go and switch back to Photoshop. I've saved out the smaller version of the images, 590x260 photo.tiff, found inside your 12_for_Web folder. I've also got this other image opened right here called 590x280 with text.psd, found inside that same folder.

All it contains is the text and nothing more. When you open it up, you are going to get this familiar text warning, because once again, I've use Rotis for this text. But all you need to do is click OK. We're not going to be editing the text. It's going to look just fine when we're done. All right, so we need to move one photo into the other. I'm going to do that by grabbing my Move tool this time around, because I want to make sure that the image snaps in the place properly. I...

Adding text, bar, and stroke
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Adding text, bar, and stroke provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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