Backlighting the text


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Backlighting the text

Now, for the Pumpkin Do Resistance here, we are going to backlight this text and we are going to do it using a layer style, turns out to be pretty simple the way that we are going to approach it because it's kind of already in the oven, baked and ready to go, just like pumpkin pie. My goodness, I am clever today. Alright, go to the Layers palette, won't you, and notice that we have got this Fright Lights copy as well as Fright Lights. Actually, you know what, I want to move that shadow, that's what it is, I want to move that shadow below the editable Fright Lights text, and I am going to do that by pressing Ctrl+left bracket or Command+left bracket on the Mac.

And let's go ahead and change the name of this text to Cast Shadow since that's what it is. You can by the way change the name of a Text layer as well. You may recall that Photoshop automatically named it Fright Lights because that's what it says. But you could change the name to anything you want. If you do, just bea...

Backlighting the text
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Backlighting the text provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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