Kỹ năng tạo bóng đổ drop shadow với Photoshop

Các bạn có thể nâng cao kỹ năng xử lý ánh sáng – highlight – và tạo bóng đổ – drop shadow – bằng Photoshop với các bài hướng dẫn sau.

Better Drop Shadows in Photoshop

Most real sheets of paper and card are not completely flat, but a standard Photoshop drop shadow can make an object look like its floating in mid air a lot of the time. However, a slightly curved or rolled page, a folded corner or a small crease is enough to go from looking too ‘Photoshop’ to looking quite natural.

Using Photoshops ‘Selection’ tools you can crop your basic drop-shadows to make them appear much more realistic and more 3 dimensional.

tạo drop shadow bóng đổ với Photoshop

Shadows and Highlights in Photoshop

Shadows and highlights play a very important role in designing. They help to produce 3d effect in 2d designing software. Shadows and highlights define the depth of an object created which gives the 3d effect. Shadows are the dark portions or the portions where there is absence of light in objects or its surroundings. Highlights are the portions where light is available or where the object has been exposed to higher intensity of light. So using these basics of lighting from physics we are going to produce 3d effect in Photoshop.

tạo drop shadow bóng đổ với Photoshop

Working With Shadows In Photoshop – Advanced Shadow Techniques

Learn the fine art of isolating and preserving delicate and complex shadows for transplantation to exotic new backgrounds. Mark Galer reveals how to introduce a world of exciting textures to your ever so subtle… not… studio tabletop.

tạo drop shadow bóng đổ với Photoshop

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