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1. Open your image. [00:21] 2. Add your text. [00:28] 3. Open Photoshop's Blending Options. [01:00] 4. The Blend If Sliders. [01:09] 5. Set the Blend If option to Gray. [01:46] 6. Drag the white Underlying Layer slider to the right.to blend the text into the brightest areas of the image. [01:52]
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Step 1: Open your image. Step 2: Add your text. Step 3: Open Photoshop's Blending Options. Step 4: Use the "Blend If" sliders to blend the text into the background. Step 5: Split the slider in half to create a smooth blend. Step 6: Adjust the two halves of the slider to fine-tune the effect.
Duplicate the Background Layer, (Layer>Duplicate Layer) On the new copied layer render clouds, (Filter>Render>Clouds). Your photo will look like this on the left so don't worry. Change the Blending Mode for the cloud layer to Screen. Add a Reveal All Layer Mask to the cloud layer, (Layer>Add Layer Mask>Reveal All).
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