Hey there Big-Time Bloggers,
I’m so happy to be back with you today bringing you a second episode of Photoshop Hacks for bloggers series.
I’ll be playing around with a way of an intro and exit clip over the course of the next few episodes, however I can tell you already that I’ve used this for two recording only and been able to improve a LOT in that time. (i.e. there were no tears today!)
So many people ask me about how to do glitter writing. You know when you see text on things and it looks like it’s painted glitter, or that it’s gold or silver or steel or even text that looks like a pattern?
That’s exactly what this brief (for me anyway) tutorial on Photoshop Hacks for bloggers is going to cover off today.
You can see all of the details of the tech I use in the show notes below the video clip.
If you find value in this I would love if you could share on social media. BTB is a passion project at this stage, and I’m not monetising it, so the further I can reach the more I can invest into sharing my own experience and knowledge with you.
As always, please leave any questions in the comments section for future videos or blog posts or for further Photoshop Hacks for Bloggers shows, and I’ll see if I can help you out.
I hope you enjoy,
Al. (p.s I know it is a teeny bit blurry for the first 10 seconds… no idea why. It clears up though babes!)
Photoshop Hacks For Bloggers – Show II
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- I have used a software program called Telestream ScreenFlow* for recording my screen and myself (you can get a free trial for one month or buy it outright for $99). It allows me to add video of myself to the lesson screen, add text, extra videos, zoom in on certain parts of the screen etc.
- I use a monthly subscription to Adobe Creative Suite (including Photoshop) and receive software updates every time they occur. I recommend subscribing and paying a monthly membership over buying the Adobe software ‘product’ and installing to your PC or Mac.