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How to Create a Text Banner in Photoshop

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Creating a Banner

In today’s episode, we show you how to create a Text banner in Photoshop. Banners are used in a variety of different ways, but you can’t just put simple Text on a banner and be done with it. In this episode we’ll show you where to get a banner, how to Transform your text to fit on the banner and how to place those banners on your images.

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We start off by downloading a template from fotolia.com.  Then we bring the banner into Photoshop and show you how to lay words over the different shapes and Sizes of the banner.  Sometimes the Text in your banners require a bit of transformation to make it look like it belongs on your banner. We’ll show you the right Tools to use when transforming text. Finally, we’ll place the banners we’ve created onto an image for a more polished look.

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