Transparent Text Effect| Photoshop

Are you tired of boring text effects in Photoshop? In this quick tutorial, we’ll show you how to create a stunning transparent text effect that will make your designs stand out. Follow these simple steps to get started:

First, duplicate your background layer and go to Properties to select “Remove Background.” This will create a cutout of your image.

Next, add your text behind the cutout and duplicate the text layer. Move the copy above the cutout and change its fill to zero.

Now it’s time to add the stroke effect. Press “FX” and select “Stroke.” Set the stroke settings to your liking and press “OK.”

To link both text layers, hold CMD or CTRL and select the link button.

And voila! You now have a beautiful transparent text effect that you can use in your next project. Don’t forget to like and subscribe for more Photoshop tips and tricks.

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