Before attempting to create your masterpiece by adding text to images, it would be advisable to have even the most basic understanding of any graphic software. The best way to learn any software is to start using it. All software have an internal tutor through the HELP section that can give you tips and procedures on how to use it.
Next step would be opening your graphic software and loading the image you would like to work on. It is always important to remember to save a backup copy of this image before you start changing it. You should also save your work after you have approved each change to avoid having to start all over again in the event you make a mistake. Check your software if it has a PREVIEW mode because this will also help you save time.
You start editing your image by increasing the color depth. what is stable diffusion This means you need to convert your file if it is a GIF to a 24-bit image. This is also known as True Color, 16 million Colors, or RGB.
Once you have done this, select the Type Tool from the Tool Pallet. Click on the location you would like your text to appear. A box will pop up and you can type your text inside the box area. You can also choose the font face, font style, size, and color after you have typed your text.
In some cases, when your image has light and dark areas, you might want to make your text stand out by placing a faded blur of color behind the text. This will make your text easier to read. To do this, you will need to work with layers.
After you have typed in your text, open the Layers palette and click on the T Thumbnail for the type layer. This will make a marquee selection surrounding your text. Go to the Select menu > Modify > Expand. Type a number from 5-10 pixels. This expands the selection surrounding the type.
After this, you will need to create a new layer and drag this new empty layer below the text layer. Go to the Edit menu > Fill selection, and under Contents, set “Use” to color. Pick the color you want to have behind your text and click OK.
You can now use the Blur tool by going to the Filter menu > Blur > Gaussian blur. Adjust the blur effect to your personal preference. You can also fade the text background for additional impact by going to the Layers palette and changing the opacity of your filled layer.
When you are satisfied with the effect, save your work.
If you are working with templates, you should save it in the same location. However, if you want to save it in another location, make a note of where you saved it in your system.