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  1. #1
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    Jul 2023

    Default How to create a point light behind an object in an Image in photoshop

    In this lighting Photoshop tutorial, i’ll show you how to create a point effect behind an object in Photoshop. Which will create a backdrop lighting effect for your images.

    Create a blank canvas.
    Add your object image as a new layer.
    We’re going to apply the Lighting Effects filter.
    go to Filter > Render > Lighting Effects and select “Point” from the Style menu.
    Adjust the settings to your liking in the effect properties section, such as Intensity, Ambience and Focus.
    All done, you can now add backdrop lighting to your images.

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  2. #2
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    Apr 2012
    SW England

    Default Re: How to create a point light behind an object in an Image in photoshop

    Why are you here?
    You are simply pepper-potting our Forums with random material that anyone could lift from the web.
    A tutorial usually starts with an example, a purpose, a destination and an outcome. You have waved your hands around and, magic...

    The aim of TalkGraphics is to talk not bombast.
    You raised a Thread "CSS Text Scrollbar within a webpage" with no context whatsoever.
    The code has been blocked is it is not useful in its present form.

    Explain who you are and what you are hoping to achieve here, if you would.

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  3. #3
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    Placitas, New Mexico, USA

    Default Re: How to create a point light behind an object in an Image in photoshop

    I asked the same thing on a previous post. One more post without an explanation and emperormatic is going to be toastomatic.
    Gary W. Priester
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