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    How you can create Shadow in Photoshop?


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    There are different ways of image shadowing.You can easily create shade of any object in photoshop by reading the following tutorial.To read the tutorial Click here and enjoy!!
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    i didn't see the tutorial, where is that ?
    is it vanished with shadows :D :D

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    There's already a shadow filter in PS....
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    FX > Drop Shadow > SORTED!

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    PS comes with create shadow....

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    The standard drop shadow in photoshop is very limited and unrealistic. I make my own with adjustment layers (curves and levels) with a layer mask and blur.
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    I found this useful link that provides details about applying shadow to objects and characters in animation. Find out on Barvilleguide

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    The easiest method i use is selecting the object and then invert the selection and skew it according to the light source. Then i create a new layer and fill it with black and then decrease the opacity as required. Then with a soft brush to finish it up. The Drop Shadow feature is VERY limited.

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