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Topic # 99850 28-Mar-2012 18:09
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Hi there i am just wondering if it is possible to have a photo of a group of people and then having a phrase over the photo and only showing the image in the letters for example . Having the word TEST written in block letters with the image as the fill instead of it being a solid colour.

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  Reply # 601450 28-Mar-2012 18:20
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Yep, anything's possible in photoshop. Try a tutorial like this one, which isn't exactly what you want but should give you an idea.

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  Reply # 601512 28-Mar-2012 19:52
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Opensource like GIMP (Gnu IMage Processor) can do that also.


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  Reply # 601548 28-Mar-2012 20:40
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Yeah.. what they said.

Uses a 'merge down' function. The alternate is make the text as a layer, and add it as a mask wiping out the inverse

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