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changing or creating light direction
Re: changing or creating light direction
It is possible and can be done, but you need a lot of knowledge of the shape, surface etc. of the object you want to change the lightening on.
For example you could use a new layer on "Soft Light" blending mode and darken particular areas, lighten the other side and bring in some shadows.
I have actually no example of my own to show you, but Quantum has done something similar in his portfolio: http://quantum3studio.daportfolio.com/gallery/111332#4
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