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5 Responses to Artisan Tip: Applying Multiple Shadow Layers

  1. fbailey says:

    Hi-I always have my shadows on the right side of my photos and elements. I would like to know how one decides which direction a shadow should go. What should one be looking at in order to determine which way a shadow should go? Thanks.

    • Nathalie says:

      Hi, in regards to shadows, the best way I can explain the direction to you is to figure out where the “light source” is coming from. In real life, if the sun or light is to your left, your shadow would show on your right. If the light source is directly above, you could apply a heavier shadow on one side and a lighter shadow on the opposite side of your elements. When applying a shadow to your page, I would recommend keeping the same direction for all your elements. I hope my answer is helpful.

  2. Maria Wilder says:

    Getting error message- This page not found….Artisan Tip: Applying Multiple Shadow Layers
    By Nathalie On November 1, 2021

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