Lighting Effects: Learning Inner Shadows
Now another lighting effect that we can use is the inner shadow so let's add it to let's have it to this failed so this is a really cool thing, but maybe, um we want to burn the edges a little bit so that it's not all the same color. So what? We can dio that's clip this photo to this paper so that they both take on the affect anything that you have clipped to something that you had to un effect? Who will take on the effect as well? I'll show you the difference in a second, so we can just add a really large inner shadow with no distance to this paper let's headed it. Okay, so let's just put it really dark so that we can see it for the moment and that's not what we're gonna want, but I just want you to be able to see the inner shadow and I'm going to use color burn, and now you can see that it really takes on that blue color and were to drop our opacity down and I'll turn off the effect so you can see the difference. So it just kind of brings in, um the in from the outside, I just a litt...
le bit changes the effect it makes it so it's not all just like this solid blue wall and said we're just defining the edges of the lay out a little bit now, if I were to unclip this photo from the background paper, then it no longer takes on the inner shadow. So let's, clip it back together and on. All of the inner shadow reappears around here. So you're gonna want anything that's blended together. You're gonna want to make sure it's all click together.