Monday, January 20, 2014

Interested to Create Drop Shadow with a Curve?

Who would not be interested in learning a new trick or two in trade? This is the best way to handle competition. A drop shadow is a cool effect… wishes to get on the learning curve?

Until now drop shadow was all about angles from the left, right, center or top angle. It has been used for product shots, people and also to create a new dimension for existing pictures. It has an aura to it and it is undeniable. The latest in the series to create drop shadow is to make a curve. It is yet another way to bring alive a fascinating aspect of the image. The curve ‘uplifts’ the image and yet makes it look real. Now this is used for web pages or even in print campaigns. With Photoshop CSS it is possible to make the curve. The whole idea is to allow the shadow to be just an effect and now overpower the real imagery. It is small and responsive and wee bit light in nature to look at-as this is the first impression it makes. It can be a side shadow that makes the rectangle shape neater.