Today I am showing yet another useful tool for Photoshop Elements. This time we are adding a drop shadow to the element I showed you how create last week. This is the sixth Photoshop Elements video. You can find the others by clicking on the links below.
Adding a Drop Shadow in Photoshop Elements
Check out the video below to learn how to create and add drop shadows to your elements. After you had added a flower or an arrow in the perfect spot on your digital scrapbook page, make it stand out and look a little more natural with a drop shadow.
A paper 3D element would stick up a little from your page and naturally create a small shadow. This is what we like to create in digital scrapbooking to make the page less 2D and more 3D.
I also show you how to copy and paste the same shadow on the other elements so they all look uniform. I hope you will review the video and tell me what you think.
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This is a digital page and you can see a great example of the drop shadow on the yellow arrow.
This is a traditional page. You can see the shadow across the bottom and the right side of the top element “I’m With the Band” I think the digital shadow is a little bit bigger but that can always be adjusted as I show in the video but for the most part is makes a digital page seem a little more realistic.
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