- Elena Santos |
- August 21, 2007
Photoshop is mainly used for photo editing and retouching, but there are other ways to explore your digital creativity with Adobe's big shot. One of them is applying effects to text, an ability that's usually despised by digital designers because the results tend to be too cheesy.
But I want to show you that text effects can be as fun and rewarding as removing wrinkles from your mum's close-up. If not, take a look at this impressive tutorial collection to create attractive and original text effects. You'll find easy 3D effects, cool chrome looks, Mac-style designs... In short, text effects for all tastes.