You will need
  • The software Adobe Photoshop.
To create personal postcards are now increasingly began to use photographs and images downloaded from the Internet. To them, it is sufficient to add a few decorative elements and text. The finished cards can be used in different ways, for example to send by e-mail or post on the walls of social network users.
First of all you need to run the program by double-clicking the icon on your desktop or find the shortcut in "start menu". In the window that opens setup dialog box to open a file by pressing Ctrl + O or by double-clicking the left mouse button on the free workspace. Select a photo and press Enter or click "Open".
Remember that the primary element is just a picture, not text. On a dark background, use light colors for the font, for light objects, this value will be the opposite. Select the Text tool (the icon with the image of a capital "T"), click on the image and drag the text layer. At this time, on the layers panel, a new row will appear.
If this happens, need to add a text layer. To do this, click "Create new layer". The new layer will be placed above the base layer and will be painted like a chess Board, this means the empty space. At the top of the window you will see the extensions panel for the text layer, select the font, size, and character faces.
Check before entering text, in any layout is the language switch. It so happens that a person writes a long message, not looking at the screen, and in the end he gets a bunch of unknown text.
After text input is to add a few effects to greetings not look too simple. Click the top menu "Layer", then choose "layer Style" and "terrain Effect". You will see the setting window of this effect. By default this is set to the desired values, if the relief you do not like, try to change its settings. Close the window by clicking "OK".
It remains to add transparency to your text, in the layers panel, you must change the value of the parameter, by scrolling the slider to the left or right. Save the image by pressing Ctrl+S or using the same name item in the menu "File".