Photoshop is a great program that is used by many designers to create their work. However, sometimes you may notice your text becomes blurry or pixelated when you are editing images in Photoshop.
This can be frustrating and time-consuming as it means going back and recreating the text again from scratch. But don’t worry!
There’s an easy fix for this issue! Check out our blog post on how to avoid this problem so that you can spend more time designing instead of fixing problems with your text.
How do I improve text quality in Photoshop?
If you want to improve your text quality in Photoshop, there are a few things you can do. One of the most common mistakes people make is not using thick enough typefaces.
Another thing to keep in mind is that the closer any typeface is to another color on the spectrum, the more likely it will be for it to bleed into other colors when printed.
You should also avoid making words too small or too large and try filling empty space with objects like shapes or textures instead of letters.
- Add a layer to the text document and fill it with white.
- Change the blend mode of this layer to Overlay in order to increase contrast.
- Adjust opacity of this layer so that the text is still readable but not too light or dark.
- Use Free Transform Tool (Ctrl + T) and resize the text box if necessary.
- Increase font size by using either Command/Control + Mouse Wheel Up or Command/Control + Shift + Mouse Wheel Up depending on whether you want it larger than your original size or smaller than your original size.
- Save your file as a .psd file for future editing purposes.