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Is there a template for this effect? Looking for a box shadow effect all the way around image.

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Jul 17, 2021 Jul 17, 2021

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It's a drop shadow. Very easy to apply: 1. Right-click on the image (it has to be isolated on its own layer) 2. Select "Blending Modes" from the dropdown menu 3. Select Drop Shadow ........................................................... 2. Play with the Opacity and Size sliders till it looks the way you want it to.

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The top image is the effect I want, a box shadow effect on all sides.  I like images best when there's beeen good lighting with a soft shadow cast around a painting. I'm not looking for a drop shadow tutorial, I know how that's done but I've searched for tutorials for a soft shadow on all sides, same as first image. Box shadow is the closest term , that's my guess. If anyone can point me to a template on Adobe Stock, or supply a tutorial, would so appreciate that. I have basic PS skills , not a pro here! 

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It's a drop shadow. Very easy to apply:

1. Right-click on the image (it has to be isolated on its own layer)

2. Select "Blending Modes" from the dropdown menu

3. Select Drop Shadow

drop-sh.jpg

...........................................................

2. Play with the Opacity and Size sliders till it looks the way you want it to. drop-sh-2b.jpg

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Thanks Leslie Moak Murray! I'll try this in a day or so. Have a deadline I'm working towards so will give it a try after that's over.  Looks like it should be simple. Thanks again.

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