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Some things that would help: Include cut-off portions of surrounding elements. You can add a drop shadow and a torn-edge-like effect to emphasize this. (For the torn-edge effect, I create a layer mask and apply Photoshop's Distort > Ocean Ripple filter with a small ripple size (2) and small ripple magnitude (3).) Reduce the size of the image so that it's ...


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To show screenshots as such, I've used a light-gray radial gradient and a box shadow. This method has the advantage of being possible with just CSS--no image editing needed: background: -webkit-radial-gradient(white,white,#e5e6e7); background: -o-radial-gradient(white,white,#e5e6e7); background: -moz-radial-gradient(white,white,#e5e6e7); background: ...


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As a side-line, if you're wanting to use the entire window screenshot but not have the large shadows and transparent areas so that you can quickly apply your own styling just enter the following into Terminal: $ defaults write com.apple.screencapture disable-shadow -bool TRUE Then either restart or enter the following to see the changes straight away: $ ...


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Vahid, I'm sorry to say that the best tool to create such effect is probably Powerpoint... Copy/Paste the image inside a ppt presentation then add effect (reflection and 3d shadow), and then save everything in jpg. And btw i think also open office can do something similar. Otherwise use photoshop, but it can be much more difficult to have the same ...


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You got it right when you said Photoshop, and it's pretty easy, too. You have your screenshot, another one at the bottom turned 180° and erased a little plus some transparency for the reflection effect, then select both and transform with perspective and distort. All you have to do now is play with a layer and a selection of your desired shadow colored ...



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