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Best drop shadow effect service is provided by clippingbd.com
If you have product or model photography images that already have drop shadow in them, and you want to remove background while keeping the shadow intact, this is perfectly possible to achieve. Depending on your need, we can either keep the original shadow or generate a new shadow which will look 100% natural.
At Clippingbd.com, we have a team of dedicated desktop publishing professionals who handle a variety of image processing services such as Clipping Path, Image Masking, Photograph Retouching, Image Manipulation, Photo Editing, Photo Enhancement, Image Stitching, Image Shading and Raster to Vector Image. Even though masking an image is one of the most time-consuming job, our DTP professionals are highly qualified and can work very faster while maintaining the quality.
Photoshop layer styles are a popular way to add effects, such as drop shadow to layers in a non-destructive way. With the right knowledge and experience, any effect can be achieved. To achieve these effects, however, you need to understand what each setting does and how they can be combined to achieve a certain look. We will explain the Drop Shadow settings, what they each do, and how we can use them to create different effects. Let’s take a look!
In newer versions of Photoshop, there’s a new-and-improved way to make drop shadows: choose Layer » Layer Style » Drop Shadow.
Though Layer Styles are definitely the way to go these days, you may occasionally run into a few cases where you need a little extra control that isn’t offered by Layer Styles. So if that’s the case, or if you use an older version of Photoshop, it will never possible to cut a good result in drop shadow effect.
Photoshop’s built-in drop shadow effect has it’s limitations. It’s fine for basic shadow effects, like making text appear to be raised slightly off the background on a web page, but if you’re after something more photo realistic, the drop shadow on its own doesn’t cut it. With a little help though, we can turn those plain, uninteresting drop shadows into something much more realistic looking by “mapping” our shadows onto the image using what’s called a displacement map. Displacement maps are what the pros use to add realism to images, but don’t let that scare you away. You don’t need to be a pro to use them. In fact, they’re really quite simple.
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