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    Drop shadows

    What do you guys use for creating dropped shadows for products shot against a white background so as not to look like floating? In the old days I used Eye Candy and Phototools. I'm looking for something more natural looking. I think the right term may be cast shadow
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    Re: Drop shadows

    Does extracting the product from the white background, adding as a new layer and applying a PS shadow effect not help?
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