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Frozen Text Effect for Photoshop

These two Photoshop documents were created for Photoshop CS4-CS6 & CC and provide adjustment settings for text layers to easily create frozen looking text. The effect is prepared for dark and bright backgrounds and comes fine-tuned in 7 different sizes (6pt to 180pt).


  • Different prepared text sizes: 180pt 110pt, 80pt, 40pt, 18pt, 12pt, 6pt
  • For dark and bright backgrounds
  • This effect was created with native Photoshop Layer Styles only
  • No plug-ins, no extra fonts, no actions, no smart objects needed

How to copy layer styles in Photoshop?

  1. Select the layer you want to copy the style from by right clicking on it in the layer panel
  2. The right click opens a sub menu, choose "Copy Layer Styles" here
  3. Now select the destination text layer where you want to copy the style to by right clicking on it
  4. The right click opens a sub menu again, choose "Paste Layer Styles"

How to drag a text layer to an other Photoshop document

  1. Start with opening the two documents you want to work with in Photoshop.
  2. Choose "Window ➤ Arrange ➤ Tile All Vertically".
  3. Now select the source document by clicking on it
  4. Click and hold the layer from the "Layers" panel of your source document to drag it onto your destination image. Once you are over the destination image, you can release the mouse to drop the layer into your destination image.

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