GOLD TEXT EFFECT, PART 2 | Learn 3 easy ways to remove the background from a text effect and replace it with a transparent background in Photoshop! Watch to create the main gold text effect.
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Normally when creating a text effect in Photoshop, we create it on a simple colored background, usually black or white. But once the effect is done, we often want to move it onto a different background, which means we need a way to remove the original background and replace it with transparency. So how do we do that? It’s actually very easy, and in this tutorial, you’ll learn three ways to do it!
In the first way, you’ll learn how to remove the background behind the text (1:08), how to save your text effect in a file type that supports transparency (1:26), and how to place the file into your new background (2:23). The second way shows you how to copy and paste your text effect from one document to another (3:17). And in the third way, I show you how to place your entire text effect document onto a new background as a smart object (4:48)!
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