1： choice “ file ”>“ open ” To open the image containing the font you want to recognize
First , We need to open the contains you want to identify and in Photoshop Image of the font copied in . You can do this by clicking “ file ”>“ open ” To complete .
then , Just continue to select photos from the file . You'll see it open as its own layer in the new document （ You can go to “ Layer window ” See it in ）.
?F Or in this tutorial , We showed the process of using the photo David BESH from Pexels
2： Use “ Perspective cutting ” Tool to correct the perspective of the image
In order to make “ Matching Fonts ” Functions work effectively , First of all, you need to make sure that you are Photoshop The reference image of the font provided is clear .
therefore , If you capture an image from an angle rather than straight , You need to change the perspective , To make the text look clear .
So , We can use Perspective Crop Tool, You can click and hold （ Or right click ）Crop Tool To select it , As shown below .
This will generate a list , We will choose from them “ Perspective cutting tools ”.
At first glance , Using this tool to change the angle of view and crop the image at the same time can sometimes seem confusing , But once you've mastered it , It will be very simple .
It involves drawing lines along the perspective line in the image , To form a rectangle in the perspective of the image , The rectangle surrounds the area you want to keep in the photo .
therefore , In order to use it , Let's move on , First click to create an anchor , The anchor will be used as the first corner of the rectangle . for example , Click the rectangle you want to select （ Contains the text to be sampled ） The position of the top corner of .
After determining the first anchor , Just follow the perspective line on the plane containing the text , Make the top line parallel to the bottom line , The right line is parallel to the left line , Click where you want to place the bottom corner . rectangular .
When the rectangle is finished , Just press Enter Key to apply editing . And you should see , You now end up with a rectangle , It contains undistorted text , It's like the image is taken directly from the front of the text ！
You can successfully crop the image and correct the perspective in just one step , How wonderful is this ？
Now you can continue to use “ Matching Fonts ” Function to Identify Fonts ！
3： go to “ type ”>“ Matching Fonts ” To open “ Matching Fonts ” window
stay Photoshop After opening the font image in , We're going to open “ Match font window ”, You can do this by selecting from the options bar at the top of the screen “ type ”>“ Matching Fonts ”.
This will cause the selection box to appear above the image , This is shown in the screenshot below . The area covered by this box represents Photoshop Will be analyzed to identify the area of the font in the image .
4： Click and drag the corner of the box , To select only text
Next , We will use the selection box that automatically appears at the top of the document to select the text area . This will serve as Photoshop Examples of quoted text , To develop a list of matching Fonts .
Several of the selected requirements will be eliminated Photoshop Any confusion that may be encountered in the automatic recognition and matching process .
First , You just need to select a line of text . In this line , Make sure there is only one font ： Don't choose a font or a mixture of font styles （ for example , Bold and light or a mixture of italics and right angles ）.
Besides , Make sure you crop the selection closely to the left and right edges of the text , As the following example shows .
To select text , Just click and drag on the corner of the selection box to adjust the size and move the box , To form a rectangle around the text area , The text area uses the font you want to identify and find its match .
5： Select the closest matching font from the automatically generated list , Then click OK
After selecting the appropriate font sample ,Photoshop A list of other fonts will be generated immediately , These lists seem to match the font , Or at least similar to it . This list will appear in “ Matching Fonts ” Window .
By default , The created list will contain Typekit Font in . If you only want to see matches that have been downloaded on your computer , Then just deselect the title “ Display can be used from Adobe Font activated font ” box , The program will only show matches you don't need . Install on your computer .
Look at the fonts in the list , Then select the font that you think is closest to the sample image . Click what you like , Then click the OK button .
This will enable Photoshop Automatically select the font you click on , So that you can immediately use it in your own design work ！ Very cool! ？
And then it's easy to use the font you choose in your design . If you want to process a new document , Just go to the “ file ”>“ newly build ”, Then select the size of the document and click “ establish ”.
If you want to process an existing document , Please select from the top options bar “ file ”>“ open ”, Then select the relevant document from the file .
After opening the document , All you need to do is click... In the toolbar at the bottom left of the screen “ T” Icon , To choose “ Text tools ”. perhaps , You can press... On the keyboard T key .
After selecting the tool , You'll notice that a new options bar appears near the top of the screen , You can set the appropriate text in .
In the drop-down menu of setting font on the left , You should see that the matching font selected from the list is automatically activated , This means that you can immediately type with that font ！