In one of our lessons we talked about how to remove date from photos in Adobe Photoshop. Today we take a look and learn how to put it in there and where to get the necessary information, because not everyone of us remembers the exact date of the shot image.
как убрать дату с фото в программе Adobe Photoshop. Сегодня мы посмотрим и изучим как ее туда поставить и откуда взять необходимую информацию, ведь не каждый из нас помнит точную дату полученного снимка.
In order to obtain data from the pictures, we need to go in the program menu Photoshop – File-File Info. You can browse all of the tabs with the data, but in the specific case we are interested in the tab “Description”, or description we.
In this menu item you can learn about such feature pictures as capture date, time changes and modifications of the format. Of course, if you want you can set your values in the blanks and save the file.
Take information at the bottom of the tab – in this case the date pictures 07.03.2011, which means that the picture was taken March 7, 2011.
Now to set the date on the picture, we need to take the text tool and type it manually or copy the value in the tab and paste it into a text document, and then already in a Photoshop program.
Don’t forget that you’ll need a new layer for content installation. Create it by using a special button on the layers panel.
If you have enabled Adobe Photoshop for the first time and have not changed the program settings previously, then you’ll have black text. Let’s try to fix it, because the black text is not always well-read.
For this you can use the blending options Blending Options. This menu item can be downloaded by simply clicking on the layer with right mouse button and selecting it from the list. Here you can set the text color, stroke, and other characteristics of textual content.
So the text is not merged with the background image, you can make another layer and choose the selection tool, fill it with white color.
Make a selection a special tool Rectangular Marquee Tool and take the paint color.
Create a new layer before filling to this layer under the text.
If necessary, you can change the opacity of the layer fill to make the picture look more natural – 50-60% is enough.
The final result: