Apply Barcode effect with Photoshop.

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Apply Barcode effect with Photoshop.




In this tutorial I will show you how to create a barcode in a few steps and then apply it to an objet !
  • Create a new document sized 500 × 300 pixels and fill it with white color.
    • Go to File ? New.
  • In this space, create a rectangle with the marquee tools
  • Then, create a new layer by clicking Layer > New > Layer.
  • Position yourself on the new layer, then use Edit - Fill - Foreground Color
  • Check that your foreground color is black.
  • After that go into - Filters - Noise Add Noise
  • In the toolbar, select the Marquee tool 1 Row
  • Double-check the settings in contour Prog. Either to 0 px. and then cut the layer into two
  • Then press the key combination CTRL + T and transform your image
  • Click elsewhere on the screen, a message should appear, click Apply.
  • Remove the selection with Ctrl + D. Now we need to cut a few lines on the bottom to add the numbers.
  • Use the Marquee tool to create a new selection and press Delete to clear the selected area.
  • Before writing down the code bar, go to Window ? Character and set the font like this:
  • You should get something similar
  • Then merge the layer numbers with the bottom layer by pressing CTRL + E or by going to Layer - Merge lower
  • Copy and paste the picture in our image with the bar code
  • Now select the layer with the numbers then go to Edit - Transform, then adjust your bar code to fit in your picture.
  • Then go to Edit - Transform - Deformation and edit your barcode in a can for rounding the shape of a picture.

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Published by aakai1056. Latest update on November 6, 2016 at 01:42 PM by owilson.
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