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add text to pictures

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Nov 15, 2022 Nov 15, 2022

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I have a photo, with small details, I want to insert text into the photo, so that the text is printed on the hat (image)
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Nov 15, 2022 Nov 15, 2022

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You can do that, but you need to adapt the text to the helmet. You need to master Photoshop better, so I suggest that you start looking at videos on YouTube that provide in depth tutorials on this.

 

You didn't account for perspective and the helmet structure, shadows etc. You really need to take that into account for a realistic editing.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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A handy new Transform > Warp > Cylinder option was added in the last update.  It only works when the cyclinder shhape is square on to you, and it does not have have enough control to do a surface as near to flat as the hat below, but it's a tool I think I'll be making a lot of use of.

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With the moree difficult perspective in your example image, you would still use Transform > Warp, but in this case you would chose Arch.  You need to make the Type layer a Smart Object (some of the warp options are not available for Type layers otherwise).  Arch will let you follow the curve of the hat, but you will need to Skew the layer (Hold down the Cntrl key and drag a center end handle).  You will also need to give it a slight perspective (Ctrl drag the top corner handles inward).  

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