This is a super simple tutorial. If you follow these directions, you'll be making images in your text in 4 simple steps. I'm glad I can be apart of your learning experience today. If you need help or have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me. I'll get back with you in 24 hours. If this tutorial has helped you, WONDERFUL! Just please let me know.

1. Open a new document in Photoshop. The background color is completely optional. Size only matters depending on how big your text is. Leave enough room. You can crop anything extra off later.

2. Select your text tool. Type out whatever text you'd like. Using a bold type of font would be best for this. I'm using Baruta at size 100 pt. The color of your text DOES NOT matter.

3. Go to File>Place. Find the image you want to use and place over your text. Make sure it's the layer on TOP of your text.

The YELLOW indicates where your image layer should be and the BLUE indicates your text layer.

4. Go to your layers panel. The image you just placed, right click and select 'Create Clipping Mask'.

You're done! Great job. Check out some of my other tutorials to learn more today. Check out this final result: