Use a clipping group to place an image inside of a background of text, with another layer of text placed in front to create depth.

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  1. John 7 May, 2008 at 05:42 Reply

    thanks alot i really learned something new….. but 1 thing can i download theis tutorial for future use?

  2. Julie 8 May, 2008 at 10:57 Reply

    Thanks for the tutorial .
    In my school there is a photoshop class and my teacher
    always recommends watching your videos to learn photoshop
    Your skills are really nice.
    I really like your vids. : )

  3. Quenton 10 May, 2008 at 05:15 Reply

    Your videos are pure class, i am consistantly overwhelmed and inspired by the depth of photoshop. Thank you very much.

  4. Dan G. 14 May, 2008 at 11:20 Reply

    Corey, great tutorial. I was able to immediately apply this effect to a number of sports posters for my kids and niece. They loved them so much they ordered a bunch right away. You make it easy Corey. You must really love what you do!

  5. Márcio Guerra 17 May, 2008 at 12:10 Reply

    Hi… Nice tutorials…Keep up the REALLY good work. It was a very funny tutorial… At least it is what it seems to the people in the back, laughing out loud! heheheh! But nice one! Keep it up.

    Márcio Guerra

  6. vedzo 6 June, 2008 at 02:57 Reply

    Hello.. it’s very nice.. But what’s the key combination for the Repeat Motion of the text. I don’t understand very well. Btw I have windows. Thx for helping me.
    grtz

  7. Spiky 9 June, 2008 at 08:40 Reply

    i really want to know how those flowers and leaf-like drawings, you know, like the ones on the flash ad above there.

  8. Brad 25 June, 2008 at 23:12 Reply

    looks really cheesy with those images and typeface. a very clean look with this technique only. this is way overkill IMO. but then again its not one for a portfolio – just a tutorial, and great one to learn from.

  9. Kyle C 13 August, 2008 at 08:59 Reply

    Im pretty new to photoshop and everytime I attempt to add my own picture the picture is HUGE. Do you know how i can adjust the size so its not as massive when I add it to my text?

  10. Lori 11 October, 2008 at 18:32 Reply

    Really great tutorial. Got it to work well even in Elements by experimenting a bit to find the same commands with different names or keystrokes. A lot of fun and very educational. My image ended up not having the detail yours did (too much background showing and too many colors in the photo) – I need to experiment a lot with text size and photo choice to get it right. Thanks for a great video.

  11. Aisha 22 April, 2009 at 20:01 Reply

    Your tutorials are amazing!
    mine came out absolutely great
    your easy to understand and your unbelievably helpful
    video tutorials are the best and most are made horrible and confuse you from the start but i was not lost one bit during yours and it was quicker and simpler than i thought!
    Thank you more than you know! -Aisha

  12. Sara 10 May, 2009 at 19:25 Reply

    This is one of my favorite tutorials!!! I used on some pictures of my friends that are graduating high school this year…. and gave the final product to them as a graduation present…..they loved it!!!!
    to add something extra to it, i erased the text covering their face and body using a soft round brush. the result was gorgeous!!!!!!!

  13. Hektor 8 June, 2009 at 02:47 Reply

    It used to be that if I wanted to fill text with an image, I would do Ctrl+Layer and then Paste Into the selected text. Masking makes more sense!

    Thanks for the new tricks!

  14. paula 6 July, 2009 at 09:12 Reply

    great tutorial.
    i couldnt get the drop shadow or stroke to work, it just didnt do anything, have i done something wrong?

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