How I create headline images using Photoshop and Pixabay

17 thoughts on “How I create headline images using Photoshop and Pixabay”

  1. That makes it really simple! Thanks for the screen cast to explain your process. I just recently started using canva.com for my images which has helped me bring some standardization to my process as well. For a long time, I just randomly put things together but unfortunately it led to some pretty awful headline images. Attractive images can help encourage people to click on your post so it is important to take time and make sure you are making good ones.

    1. Excellent! I hadn’t heard of canvas.com, so I appreciate you passing over the link. There are a lot of really awesome image resources out there, making our jobs of blogging just a bit easier. 🙂

  2. Very cool I’ve always wondered about all the images that other bloggers use. I typically just use images that I’ve taken but perhaps I need to start looking into standardizing my images.

    1. Hey Tawcan – yeah, I used to do that as well with my own images, but after finding some of these pretty high quality free image sources, I primarily switched over to them due to their variety in subject matter. 🙂

    1. Good call, MissGF – I’ve used GIMP too and you’re right, it’s a very powerful Photoshop-like application. It’s an excellent alternative for sure.

  3. This is great! I was just trying to figure out how to add more creative and professional title images to my blog posts, so coming across your site right now was perfect timing! Thanks for sharing and I look forward to seeing more of your great posts in the future.

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