The iPhone can be shown in four different orientations: standing, overhead, and two leaning options.You can toggle these positions on/off by clicking the 'eye' icon of the position group in the layers section. Each position has different shadows and elements/objects that can be toggled on/off and even customised.To see these options, simply expand the folder of the position group by clicking the down arrow of the position group in the layers section.
There is a choice of 5 styles that be easily toggled on/off. Each position group folder has a folder called 'iPhone Colour'. Simply expand this and then click the eye icon of the desired colour. There is a choice of Gold, Silver, Black, Minimal Black and Minimal White.
Click the ‘eye’ icon of the ‘Standing’ folder to enable it. Expand this folder to see the options.
Expand the ‘iPhone’ Folder.Toggle on/off the reflection of the phone by clicking the 'eye' icon of the 'Reflection' group folder.The strength of the reflection can be adjusted by expanding this folder and adjusting the Fill slider which is set at 20% as default.
For the standing position there are 2 shadow layers: Shadow 1 and Shadow 2.They can be toggled on/off by clicking the 'eye' icon.
There is a semi-circle shape object that can be toggled on/off as well as different texture options 1 to 8.To see these texture options, expand the 'Shape' group folder, simply toggle on/off the desired texture.
There is also a colour layer that can be changed by double clicking the thumbnail of this layer.This will bring up a colour dialog box where you can select a colour.
There is also the option to remove the 'bevel' on the shape if you wish, simply toggle off this effect by clicking the 'eye' icon.
There is a 'Shelf' object and ‘Wall’ layer that can be toggled on/off by clicking the 'eye' icon of these layers.
To show the iPhone from a flat/overhead perspective, simply click the ‘eye’ icon of the ‘Overhead’ folder in the layers section. Expand this folder by clicking the small down arrow to show extra options.
For the flat position there are three shadow options.Two of these options are using Photoshop drop shadow effects.This is so that if the iPhone is rotated the angle of the shadow will stay the same keeping the light from the same direction.Toggle the drop shadows by clicking the ‘eye' icon.
1.The first drop shadow under ‘Effects’ is a floating shadow.
2.The second drop shadow under ‘Effects’ is flat to ground drop shadow. 3.The third option is a layer called ‘Soft Directional Shadow’.
In the ‘Overhead’ folder there is a folder called 'Tiles'. Expand this folder and you will see there are 2 folders ‘Square’ and ‘Circle’.Toggle these on/off with the 'eye' icon. If you expand these folders, there are a list of textures to choose from.There is also the option to remove the 'bevel' on the shape if you wish, simply toggle off this effect by clicking the 'eye' icon.
To show the iPhone leaning against the wall, simply click the ‘eye’ icon of the ‘Leaning’ folder in the layers section.There are two leaning options:
iPhone Leaning 1 is less angled and has a softer shadow. iPhone Leaning 2 is more angled and has a stronger shadow.
If you expand these folders there will be a 'Reflection' folder. Click the ‘eye’ icon to toggle on/off the reflection effect.
If you expand the Wall folder, you will see a number of options.
The first layer is an ‘Optional Noise Texture’. This adds noise which gives it a subtle vintage and realistic effect.This effect works best on darker colours.
To change the colour of the wall, double click the colour thumbnail of the ‘Wall Solid Colour’ layer.
This brings up a colour dialog box. Select the colour here and click OK.
In addition to the solid colour, there is also a wall texture layer. Click the ‘eye’ icon to toggle this on/off.You can change the colour of the wall texture by double clicking the colour thumbnail of the ‘Optional Colour For Texture’ layer.This brings up a colour dialog box. Select the colour here and click OK.
There are reflection options for the iPhone for all positions except ‘Overhead’.The reflections can easily be toggled on/off by expanding the position folder and there will be a layer called ‘Reflection’.
You can adjust the reflection to your specification by adjusting the opacity or fill sliders. If you further expand this folder you will see the different iPhone colours. For example, if you have a silver iPhone selected in the standing position you can then select the silver iPhone as the reflection.
To change the background, simply expand the ‘Backgrounds’ group and toggle on/off the desired background.There is also a ‘Colour’ background which can be made any colour by double clicking the layer thumbnail and choosing a colour.Toggling on/off different texture layers and adjusting the Opacity and Fill sliders can produce lots of different effects.You can also choose a different blending mode for the textures such a ‘Multiply’ or ‘Linear Burn’.This means that the texture will blend with whatever layer is underneath it. Get creative!