Some fun and creative ways to turn ordinary text into fabulous word art.
Elements isn’t just for photos! Learn how to create wonderful text effects, including 3-D.
This is an online companion video to Michelle Stelling’s “Make Your Type POP” article, found in the March/April 2014 issue of Photographic Elements Techniques magazine.
Take your 2-dimensional photo into the 3D world, with some creative text, shadows, and perspective adjustments.
Turn a photo into a typographic portrait with some creative brushing and custom text.
This “Bonus Video” is an online companion video to Larry Becker’s “Get Your Neon On” tutorial, found in the November/December 2013 issue of Photographic Elements Techniques magazine. Larry shows you how to do a Branded Wood Text Effect!
Lesa shows you how to place text behind an image for a more polished presentation.
Create your own digital chalkboard signs from scratch with this companion to Diana Day’s “Chalk It Up” tutorial in the March/April 2013 issue.
As a companion to Larry’s January/February article, he shows you how to manipulate perspective with a fantastic text effect.
Diana details an alternate method for creating a typographic portrait, and includes links for text generation websites.
Spice up your typographic portrait with a splash of color in this companion article to the “Put Your Stamp on It” tutorial in the January/February 2013 issue.
Get a Pop Art look for your typographic portrait with this companion article to the “Put Your Stamp on It” tutorial in the January/February 2013 issue.
If you love vintage stationary and boxes with glittery gold trim, Karen shows you how to create a similar, digital effect.
Dave demonstrates how to make type appear ‘distressed’ and grungy against a nice, brick background.
Since spring and summer are such big wedding seasons, Liz shows you how to create a simple wedding announcement postcard.
Feeling frustrated with the text-on-a-path tools in Elements 10? These tips will help get you back on course.