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.
When a picture just isn’t enough, learn how to use Wordle to create complex word clouds and then customize them in Elements.
Matt shows you how to create your own Word Cloud with the website Wordle and place it on an image.