by Julieanne Kost

 Comments (0)

Created

January 15, 2010

If you need to add the name of a file to an image as a Type layer, I have posted a script to http://www.jkost.com/photoshop.html to do this. Simply place the script in the Photoshop Applications Folder’s Presets > Scripts folder. Relaunch Photoshop and run the script it by selecting File > Scripts > AddFileName20pt. Note: if you’re using this as part of a Batch process and want to change the Type attributes, simply select the layer (not the individual type in the image area) and, in the Options bar, change the desired attribute such as font, color etc.).