Using a JPEG Mockup in Photoshop
This blog post features our You Tube tutorial titled: Using a JPEG Mockup in Photoshop. Our You Tube channel includes lots of helpful videos to provide our customers with a quick resource to getting started with using our images! Be sure to like the video and subscribe to our channel to get notified when new videos and tutorials are posted.
Many of our mockups are sold as PSD files with a Smart Object, but not all of them. This short video will show you how to use a JPEG mockup to overlay your artwork, and make it look totally realistic!
The pretty gift tag mock up in this video is perfect for anyone wanting to display this kind of artwork. Click here to buy it! We love how it was styled with the kraft bag and flower accents to give it a wedding feel, but it could also be used for any type of neutral gift tag design.
In this tutorial, I walk you through how to:
Bring in your artwork as a new layer on top of the gift tag
Rotate the artwork and place it correctly
Change the layer mode to give it a realistic look
To see a video that shows how to use one of our mockups in Photoshop with Smart Objects, click here to read the blog post. You’ll see how easy we make it by using Smart Objects in Photoshop for quick styling of your artwork, even if you aren’t a seasoned Photoshop user!
Please comment with any questions you might have, or with suggestions on what sorts of styled stock images or mockups you want to see in our shop! We love hearing what our clients think and tailor our styled stock photography and custom product mockups to what we know our customers want!
Check out the video below to view this helpful tutorial!