Corey demonstrates how to use layer styles to create glassy-looking text that reflects the background image and remains fully editable after you are finished.

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  1. harry 2 April, 2008 at 16:53 Reply

    Hi , im a student and i reali enjoy watching you create effects. I practice what i learn off you. just wanted to tell you that i think your a good instructer,

    thanks

  2. Dave Walter 29 May, 2008 at 22:39 Reply

    You are a genius at what you do. I am 63 and just now learning photoshop. Just think if I could have started at your age. I love your videos.

    Thanks Dave

  3. John 2 June, 2008 at 17:17 Reply

    Your videos are excelllent. Ive been using Photoshop for sometime but I only knew how to do very basic stuff it wants ’till i started watching your videos that i really discovered the potential of photoshop. Thanks a million!! heh i really wish i could have you as teacher in a class.

  4. jaye atienza 19 August, 2008 at 05:14 Reply

    u are a genius..i am one of ur viewers..im 20 yrs. old, but i am only a beginner in adobe photoshop..i really love wat u do…i hope u can make videos regarding how to use vector mask…thank you..

  5. Ashlee 23 October, 2009 at 15:11 Reply

    Hi. I’m having trouble following you. I have phonoshop element 7 on the dell, nothing is in the same place or shows up the same on the computer and i need a little help. Do you mind making a tutorial using the same.

  6. ghumne 5 July, 2010 at 03:42 Reply

    hello sir, your video is really good and i really enjoy. sir, can you help me to finding out definition of vector mask. my presentation is 9th july & the topic is masking in photoshop.

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