Hi—I’m Linda Sattgast, and I use at least one custom shadow on almost every scrapbook page I make. That’s because adding a custom drop shadow to a digital page instantly takes it up a notch—if you do it right. If you don’t, let’s just say it doesn’t do your scrapbook page any favors.
In Custom Shadow Mastery Part 2, we’ll combine shadow Techniques with scrapbook artistic looks to produce pages that amaze you and everyone else!
You may already know how to create a cast shadow, but I’m going to show you some nuances that will absolutely make the difference between believable vs phony cast shadows.
You’ll really get to know your Photoshop or Photoshop Elements Tool Box as we create a variety of fold and wrinkle effects and then apply them in cool ways to a scrapbook page.
I’ll even supply you with finished templates you can use over and over, whenever you don’t feel like creating a folded item from scratch.
Soon you’ll be using custom shadow skills in ways you never thought possible—to create artistic pages full of imagination, wonder, and emotion. The sky’s the limit!
Learn how to composite a group of images so that viewers feel they all belong together. We’ll not only work with objects, but people as well.
All this is possible—if you understand how to use custom shadows to create a virtual reality. It’s fun. It’s addicting! And we’re going to have a ball exploring this topic in Custom Shadow Mastery, Part 2.
Linda Sattgast has been helping people like you tell their stories using Photoshop and Photoshop Elements for over 15 years. She has taught for Adobe, Epson, and Scrapbook Memories TV and her training CD has been featured four times as a bonus in the Photoshop Elements box at Costco. Linda is passionate about preserving her family history and wants to help others do the same.
I take your satisfaction seriously. If you’re unhappy with this class for any reason, email me via the Help link and ask for a refund within 30 days of purchase to get your money back, no questions asked.