Use ORIGINAL SHADOW Product Photography PHOTOSHOP



Learn to use the real shadows on your product photography and swap out the background colours. This video will help take your minimal product photography to the next level!

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33 Comments

  1. Thanks for the video tutorial, Jacob! Quick question: how do you add the wall element? Thought you'd add that at the end of the video.

  2. Nice quick tutorial but couple of things to point out: when doing adjustments, please show the area to be affected in your video, not just the menu. Also perspective: the shadow doesn't bend when hitting the wall. And at the end when showing more examples the shadow is cut out all together. Feels a bit incomplete but due to the vids length I'd say it's sufficient

  3. Thanks Jacob for such a quick and great video. You go so fast when you fill the new bg layer with white, I wonder how you did that step? I have another (much longer) method to create a new background but that looks way better…I'm sure it is so easy…I wonder if you could clarify that. Otherwise great and thanks for posting…

  4. I was looking for a tutorial about keeping shadows and all of them were long, boring and complicated. And then there's this guy with a such positive vibe a less than 4 min video that taught me what I wanted to learn. Great job, what a underrated channel!

  5. Hi! This video is great! However, I have a question. How do you give an image/layer a background color on photoshop? I followed the steps by creating a new layer and tried to change the color to white but the layer didnโ€™t take. Is there a reason why this is happening?

  6. Absolutely cool idea, and not that difficult at all. well explained and well entertained.
    Thanks Jack ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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