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Feet Shoe Photoshop Tutorial
Step 1Let's get started by set up settings pen tool as you seen in the image below
Step 2Open Shoe picture and Select just the part that we need
Step 4Right click then select "Make Selection". Set the radius to 0 pixels then click OK.
Step 5Add new Mask to the Layer.
Step 6Select Quick Mask Mode by Pressing on "Q" then start removing parts from shoe layer as you see in the image below.
Step 7Press "Q" and Remove the parts you have Selected before
Step 8Do the same thing as i did before in the second step
Step 9Remove Mask from layer by dragging Mask layer to delete icon under the box layers
Step 10Drag Shoe Layer into Feet Picture and and flip it a little bit
Step 11Select Shoe Layer and Apply the settings Drop Shadow: Layer > Layer Style > Drop Shadow
- Color: #000000
- Blend Mode: Soft Light
- Opacity: 75%
- Angle: 120 without use Global Light
- Distance: 20px
- Spread: 0px
- Size: 5px
Step 12Again Select Quick Mask Mode "Q" and hide part from the foot as you see in the image below
Step 13Ok let's give shoe some realistic by Select the top part from shoe then duplicate layer by pressing CTRL+J and Apply the settings layer Style as you see in the image below
Step 14You will get this result
Step 15Select Brush Tool with white color and Add some blur to the part we have selected before
Step 16You did i great job, let's go back to the original shoe picture, but in this step we're going to Select just Shoe Lace from the picture
Step 17Copy and past into Feet Picture then add new mask as usual and Select Brush Tool with a Black Color and start removing parts from shoe lace
Step 18Do the same thing as we did before on the Left Side
Step 19Let's add shadow. Select part from shoe lace and change color to black then apply the settings Gaussian Blur and change opacity Layer to 30%
Step 20Do the same thing on the left side
Step 31Select Shoe layer and Go to Select > Modify > Contract and type in the following value "Contract by: 1 pixels"
Step 32Inverse Layer by going to Select > Inverse Or Shift+CTRL+I then apply the settings Gaussian Blur as you see in the image below
- Radius: 1.1 pixels