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Chapter 12. Working with Layer Styles > Working with Outer Glow and Inner Shado...

Working with Outer Glow and Inner Shadow

Outer Glow applies a glow in any color you choose to all objects within the active layer. Since the Outer Glow style requires somewhere to work, the objects must be surrounded by transparent pixels. The Outer Glow style is an excellent way to create a neon effect to text. The Inner Shadow style applies a shadow to the inside of an object. Since the shadow is applied directly to the image, the Inner Shadow style does not require an image surrounded by transparent pixels. When you apply the Inner Shadow style, the shadow effect appears on the inside edges of the image—like a reverse drop shadow.


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