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I want to be able to get a ascending/descending size ( 3D ) effect with CS5 Photoshop text. Like this.

I've tried make each letter a different size and edit -> transform -> scale and am very limited.

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I can't directly reference CS5. I no longer have it available to work in. However...

You can't do this easily with Live Type.

But you can create a smart object of the type (or rasterize the type) then transform. Converting type to a shape layer would also allow the transformation to work. Really, using a smart object with live type may be best because you can edit the content of the text later if needed.

Just highlight the layer and choose Edit > Free Transform

Hold down the Command-Option-Shift keys (Mac) or the Ctrl-Alt-Shift keys (Win) and click a handle and drag it...

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I created a smart object of a standard type layer so that the free transform was possible.

  • Command/Ctrl key = Distort
  • Option/Alt key = From Center
  • Shift key = Constrain to 90° dragging

In newer versions of Photoshop, you can also utilize the Perspective Warp feature in the Edit menu.

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    Cs 3 introduced Smart objects. – Joonas Aug 20 '15 at 14:44
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This was the easiest solution. Up to step 8.

Essentially you convert the text to a shape -> transform path -> pull bottom right anchor down ( or left depending which side you want warped )

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    Please include the relevant content from the link in your answer itself. Otherwise your answer could be deleted – Zach Saucier Aug 20 '15 at 3:44
  • @ZachSaucier see edits – user2684452 Aug 20 '15 at 14:50

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