How to Offset a Picture

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Offsetting a picture is something that adds a lot of value to what you're doing. Learn how to offset a picture with help from an experienced computer professional in this free video clip.

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Hey. My name's Zach. If you're editing a picture and you'd like to add a really cool graphic element to your document then I suggest offsetting the picture. This is a really easy process and it adds a lot of value. So over here I have a picture of a snowflake. What I'm going to do is go to my effects tab then I'm going to go to blending options. Now there are a bunch of different options for a bunch of different effects that you can select and I'm going to go through every single one of them. First you could use a drop shadow and you see it offsets a shadow. Here's before and after. You can also click on this option here to change the distance. So you could offset it like that. Or even have it a little bit closer. Also you could do an inner shadow and that manipulates the image completely. Or you could do an outer glow, which won't change much but it does. I also like the bevel and emboss feature. These options give your images a little bit different of a look and it actually adds some dimension. My name's Zach and I hope this video helped. Thanks for watching.

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