Adobe Photoshop is a registered trademark
of Adobe Systems, Incorporated. I am in no way affiliated with Adobe. Hi, I’m Steve Anthony.
I’m a photographer and digital retouching artist here in New York City. In this clip
we’re going to talk about how to add text to pictures in Photoshop. You simply open
the picture that you wish to have text on, select your Text tool, and begin typing. And what you’ve done is created a layer, as
you can see if, you can see you’ve created a text layer, which now you’ve incorporated
into your photograph. You can change the font and the size; first of all you have to select
the text that you wish to change. You can change the font to anything you happen to
have on your computer. Change the size, make it smaller. This is a good way of labeling
pictures, just may perhaps make them into, say, send them onto friends with a funny caption,
or whatever, there’s any number of reasons why you might want to have text on your pictures.
And you also, as you can see in this case it’s yellow, but you can change the color
with your Color Picker, to white, or anything that you like. Place the text anywhere you
like, move it around by clicking and dragging with the Move tool, and place it wherever
you like. This is Steve Anthony, and this has been How to Add Text to Pictures in Photoshop.