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comment Applying blur amount in a gradient manner in Photoshop
Thank you for your answer, but the approved answer is more to the point, clear to understand just from the pictures, and was not approaching points that I clearly mentioned are understood, like skewing the pin shadow.
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revised Applying blur amount in a gradient manner in Photoshop
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comment Applying blur amount in a gradient manner in Photoshop
Accepted answer it's an easier solution but similar technique ;) Deiced to leave also my answer because it may be of use to someone.
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comment Applying blur amount in a gradient manner in Photoshop
I saw your comment (tho I forgot to answer it because I got excited I found a solution). The problem with your solution is that you'll have to be pretty skilled to nail a gradient progression blur on such a small layer. Thanks for your input anyway!
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comment Applying blur amount in a gradient manner in Photoshop
Your solution seems simpler than mine. I'll try it later, tho it appears you already did try it, so I'm confident it will work.
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accepted Applying blur amount in a gradient manner in Photoshop
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answered Applying blur amount in a gradient manner in Photoshop
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comment Applying blur amount in a gradient manner in Photoshop
I don't need a simple drop shadow on the layer, I need a more elaborated shadow effect. I thought it was clear from my question. Updated the question.
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comment Applying blur amount in a gradient manner in Photoshop
I clearly said in my question: "I know how to skew it and all to make it look like a shadow." In your example you can clearly see the hard shadow still being there, and if you mask it, it will look ungly.
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asked Applying blur amount in a gradient manner in Photoshop
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comment How to not subtract overlapping shapes in Photoshop
Exactly! There is no additional paths added, just the first one. In a lack of an answer that gives a solution, I'll mark this as the good one.
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