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Text Portrait Effect Photoshop Tutorial



In today’s Photoshop tutorial we’re going to create a clever text portrait effect where a passage of text bends and warps to form the contours of the subject’s face. This effect is particularly powerful when used to present famous speeches by depicting the orator with their own words. It could also be used to produce artwork of musicians and their song lyrics, writers and stories, poets and their poems, or any other popular figure who is remembered for their words. The process uses just a small selection of Photoshop’s tools, with the Displace filter and a clipping mask being the key ingredients to making the effect.

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35 comments
  1. Hey there! Thank you for this video, it's great. I like to use PS and always looking for something interesting in it.
    Just I have a question… I don't know why, by I followed your steps one by one, but somehow the text doesn't "wrap" around the shape of the face, like in yours..
    Is it just me or does somebody else has the same issue?

  2. This was great, I just watched yours plus another person showing the same technique. You provided the same result in half the time and made it so much easier. Good on your sir!

  3. An informative tutorial. However, text looks incredible pixelated when too small despite having anti-alias on 'Crisp'. Is there any way to make the text more visible when smaller, thanks.

  4. The text protarat is very good. I suggest that you also give a link for the tutorial in Text since some of us are not able to follow the fast pace of your narration in the Video. Or give a summary of the tutorial in steps. Or you can insert the steps in super on the video.

  5. The text protarat is very good. I suggest that you also give a link for the tutorial in Text since some of us are not able to follow the fast pace of your narration in the Video. Or give a summary of the tutorial in steps. Or you can insert the steps in super on the video.

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