Adobe Photoshop is undoubtedly the best and most widely used image editing application in the market. In Photoshop the shapes and text is created on a layer known as vector layer by default. IN vector layer when you zoom in the edges will remain smooth no matter how much you zoom. While a rasterize image is zoomed in you will notice sharp and tiny squares which are known as pixels. Some of the basic an important tools in Photoshop only work on rasterize tool. In order to use the tools on your vector graphics you are bound to convert them into a rasterized imaged. In Photoshop you can easily turn your text into graphics by rasterizing it. You can also learn How To Add Fire Effect in Photoshop. For rasterizing your images you have to follow these steps.
- Select Type Tool for the Toolbox. (Type T from your keyboard to access Type Tool).
- Click anywhere in the image and start typing any word or a paragraph.
- On the right side you will see a Layer Panel where the text layer has been added. Right click on the text layer and select Rasterize Type.
- Now your text has been converted into graphics and now you can manipulate it by using brushes and filters.
- Now you need to apply faded effect onto your text and for that you need to use Eraser Tool and select the Stencil Sponge-Wet Brush.
Now you need to add the background on your newly converted graphic by using any color you like.
- Create a new layer. (Type Shift+Ctrl+N from your keyboard)
- Fill in the layer with any color by using the Bucket Tool. (Type Ctrl+Backspace from your keyboard).
- Now you need to duplicate the type graphic and change the opacity of the layer from 20-25%.
- Now merge down both the layers by typing Ctrl+E.
- Now draw a frame by using Pen Tool. Once it is drawn save the path.. Now right click on it and select the stroke path. You need to use the calligraphic brush.
- Fill the outer areas with white by using Bucket Tool.
- Make sure that the Bucket Tool’s opacity has been set to 25%.