The Character and Paragraph panels have a bunch of advanced text options to help you format and modify the text to your needs. Getting to know how those options work is super easy, but it makes such a difference in the way you handle text inside Photoshop, and makes the whole process more effective and professional.
Photoshop’s Free Transform command is one very useful feature for moving, resizing, rotating, and reshaping any object, including text.
Here’s a look at the basics of using the Free Transform Mode controls, and some tips and tricks and useful shortcuts to help you perform the many different transformations using that command.
Photoshop’s built-in Warp Text options are a great, and really easy, way to distort type into many different shapes. But what’s even better, is that the text, and the warp effect, remain fully editable!
Here are some simple tips to help you master the Warp Text options.
There are four Type Tool options in Photoshop CS6, as well as a couple of different ways to highlight and select the text, and create a selection based on that text. Getting to know and master those is an important part of using the Type Tool efficiently and effectively in any related workflow.