Shadows are very important in any picture because they are essential to the impression if Vitality. They are also good for character and texture. We offer different types of effects, and the effects range from simple reflection to effective shadow drop. Every effect transforms the picture differently, but they all provide the impression to the picture.
The most commonly used shadows in our company include natural shadow, reflection shadow, and cast shadow. All these shadows provide very different outcomes. We also offer other different types of shadows depending on customer requirements.
- Drop Shadow
In drop show, the object is slightly raised over its background and is almost hanging on the free air. In many cases drop shadow makes the object look like its faint. With our advanced mixing and softening techniques, we use create shadows which look almost the same as the original object. Our experts also have the ability to change the shadow size also change the angle of the shadow, and the hardness of the shadow drop to make it look awesome.
Circumstances when we use drop shadow effect
- When we want to provide a sense of texture and depth
- To depreciate the product from its background
- When a client wants a uniform look to different products
Drop shadow gives the feeling that the protest is marginally raised over its experience and is nearly drifting in the free air. Now and again, the drop shadow impact can influence the question to appear like it has a swoon sparkle.
Utilizing propelled mixing and softening methods, we make drop shadows that precisely copy their characteristic partners, with the reward that they can be effectively controlled to make a scope of varieties. As an outcome, we can without much of a stretch alter the shadow estimate, the point of the shadow, the hardness of the drop shadow, the shadow remove and the mistiness of the shadow.
- Natural Shadow
Natural shadow is cast on the surface of the object which it’s placed on. This means that the standing object reflects itself. Unlike the drop shadow which seems hanging the natural shadow does not hang.
When to use natural shadow.
- When adding character and context
- If you want to have a sense of depth in a picture.
- Cast shadow
It’s possible to use an existing shadow in a photo. We can use clipping paths to retain original shadows while at the same time changing its background and providing the required opacity.
When to use cast shadow:
- If you want to add character and context
- In order to retain the natural depth in a picture.
- When there is need to retain existing shadows on a new background.
- Reflection shadow
In this scenario, you mirror an object at an angle creating a mirrored version of the original product. Reflection shadow makes objects look like they have been photographed on reflective surfaces.
When to use reflective shadow
- To make a surface shine in the image
- So as to have a context without applying a background
- To create a 3D illusion.
How to do a shadow effect
At Clipping Path Mart we have contacted some of the world’s leading publishers who offer different services that change images to the best. Our experienced DTP operators have worked in photo optimization for a long time. Based on what clients want we advise them on the best shadow to use.
We value quality finished products and always ask for feedback from clients to ensure satisfaction. AT CPI, our crew have experience in image manipulation and create 100% professional drop shadow for your images.