This is a super fun effect. This will make your photo look like it’s entirely made out of text.
You will be using luminosity masks as well as layer masks and adjustment layers to achieve this awesome effect. I have a primer on curves here that you may need to check out.
First of all there were dot matrix printers. People began organizing type in such as way as to create some of the first CG art. For the life of me, I have no idea how they had the patience. Then as graphics evolved, we wanted to make retro, lo fi style graphics. This tutorial shows you how to make a modern taje on the old text graphics. You can do this effecr in black and white and use a monotype to get a more retro feel if you want to. Even if you aren’t going for the same result as I have in this image, take a look at this tutorial because it will teach you a thing about masks and channels. Here is a larger version of the final result.
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