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I am not so familiar with Photoshop and would like to ask for help with something that is probably quite easy for many people, I have tried searching around without any exact help to what I want.

What I want to create is the following (without the text and no yellow background color)

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If anyone know how to do it or to tell me any link to a web tutorial that would be much appreciated

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First you will need to create a rounded rectangle (U). Use this for reference:

Then, you will transform the rounded rectangle (ctrl + t). Use this for reference:

Next, you can apply a gradient to the rounded rectangle (right click the shape layer in the layers panel and click blending options). Use this for reference:

Last, create a new layer (ctrl + shift + N) and you can use the text tool to create the text you desire. Reference:

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Using the links above i was able to do what i was looking for, thank you for the help! – user2595352 Jul 24 '13 at 13:46
You're welcome! :] – Kudla69 Jul 24 '13 at 14:10

Just the red shape?

Right click "rectangle tool" and choose "Rounded rectangle tool". You can then adjust the "roundness" by selecting a radius value.

(Short tutorial:

If you want the "tilt" you can use Edit -> Transform -> Perspective

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I got the rounded corner rectable but i cant see any transform menu in the edit menu – user2595352 Jul 24 '13 at 13:17
Found what i was looking for, it was called "Free Transform Path" in Edit menu, thank you for the help! – user2595352 Jul 24 '13 at 13:18
Or wait, if you look at the provided link image its not really the same using the transform as it only rotates the image? – user2595352 Jul 24 '13 at 13:20
Perspective gives the desired effect.. I thought it was under "Edit -> transform -> perspective".. I'm trying to find out where it is ^^ – Litari Jul 24 '13 at 13:21 You dont have that? – Litari Jul 24 '13 at 13:22

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