The text box is one of the most important elements in Photoshop. It’s how you input your text, how you make it stand out on a page. You don’t need any advanced knowledge of Photoshop, either – this tutorial will show you everything from start to finish.
How to Make a Text Box in Photoshop
Making a text box in Photoshop is easy and can be done with just a few clicks. It’s the perfect way to add some flair or emphasis to your images.
Creating a basic text box will teach you how to make a text box in photoshop. This article will show how to do so step by step following those processes.
Follow These Steps:
Step 1: Choose an image from your computer or create a blank document in Photoshop simply press “Ctrl+O”.
Step 2: Select the Type tool from your tools palette and type in some text. Or you can use shortcode just press “T” on your keyboard to access the text tool.
Note: You can change your text settings by clicking on the menu bar option at the top of your screen. You can easily change the font, font size, color, alignment, etc.
Step 3: Now Click any image position & type some text.
Step 4: Double click to select all text then you can change font, styles, color, etc.
Step 5: Then Click the “Ctrl+Enter” button to proceed.
Last Step: Now, press “Ctrl+S” to save the image.
This blog post is a step-by-step guide on how to make text boxes in Photoshop.
We hope you found this tutorial helpful and we can’t wait to see what you create. If you want more advanced photoshop tutorials, please let us know in the comments. And if there is anything specific that you would like for us to cover, feel free to ask.
Jon M. Bayless is a graphic designer who loves to share his photoshop tricks on the website he created, called Trick Gate. He has been in the industry for over 20 years and has mastered many of Photoshop’s features. His favorite thing about what he does is meeting new people every day – there are so many different personalities in this world, all with their own unique strengths!